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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 20, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOL IX NO. 273.
PENSACOLA FLORIDA. TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 20, 1906. PRICE CENTS t



DISCHARGE O..F.NEOR.O TAMPA FAIR' BEGINS PROSECUTION" REST : [


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TROOPS IS1-IELJj UP ITS SECOND WEEK(


... MORNING
r CASE THIS Jr.1

Secretary Taft Orders That!CARNEGIE WILL GIVE :Yesterday Opened With the \\\- : .i


Action Be Suspended Biggest Attractions Ever ., '

Pending FurtherOrders $1,000,000 TO PEACE Seen in the State. REAR-ADMIRAL COWLES Defense P, oo a Conspir- {

Case, d mmedi-. 4. '
acy


Money to Be Used To Fur,42 LIVES Vice President FairbanksWill HERE ON INSPECTION ately Procek\1ith\: \\r-1 : i '


Secretary Says the J Its Side! '
Acting ther Propoganda of World Speak to Blue and '

Troops Can't Be Trusted Disarmament.CONGRESSMAN ARE LOSTLittle Gray There.T lUrs. : ArrivedI : Morning I

Additional Damagingdence Evi,.; '
to Investigate Condi- ; -
and Are Not J H :
.
Thurs- day. :
tions Here. Was Drawn Outt I
BARTHOLDT GOES '"
Safe. Steamer Run Down In Itry.R. !

TO NEW YORK TO GET MONEY In .e; ''t r
RAILROAD OFFICIALS DECLAREEVENT : Yesterday's .
Seattle Harbor With t
AND EXECUTE TRUSTFOR AND.WENT DIRECT TO THE NAVY .
WAR DEPARTMENT IS DELUGEDWITH ,TO' BE THE" BEST FLORIDA Testimony. ( .
I
PEACE BUREAU. Awful Result.By YARD WHERE THE CUSTOMARY
PROTESTS-ACTING SECRETARY HAS EVER HAD: AND A f
SALUTE OF THIRTEEN GUNS y ; 4
THINKS PUBLIC MISUNDERSTANDS -' CREDIT TO TAMPA AND-THE .ve JURY GOT AN OUTING SUNDAY rAND
St. Louis, Nov. 19.-The Post-Dis

:! SITUATION AND patch says that Congressman Bar Seattle, Wash.Associated, Nov Press.19.Fiftytwolives STATEALIKE.., WERE FIRED ADMIRAL I IS : ENJOYED A TRIP ACROSS 1 ; 's; t'
tholdt left this
morning for New Yorkat OF
BROTHER-IN-LAW
ISSUES STATEMENT. the invitation of Andrew Carnegie were lost in last night's disasterin PRESIDENT THE BAY-LAND CASE DRAWS ; 1t j

who promised to turn over a million' Seattle harbor off, Duwamish Head FRANK L. HUFFACKER. ROOSEVELT.Rear .
dollars to be used, in furthering the when the little steamer Dix was run By I NEAR TO BEGINNING OF THE !
Nov. 19.-The of
opening
By Associated Press. propaganda for internationl peace. down by the Alaskan steamer Jean- Tampa : END.
',' ;Raton; Nov. 19.-Acting under', The matter has been under consideration nie. Thirty-seven passengers on the the second week of'the, ,state fair wasa Admiral William S. Cowles, I 4, '

o':. :rom Secretary Taft Military', for some time.. Mr. Bartholdt Dix were rescued but only one of the grand success from every standpoint chief'of the bureau of equipment, arrived : .

Sc ; Ainsworth has directed that told friends that his visit was for the five female passengers escaped.: It is The- exhibits are all rn readiness in Pensacola' .early esterday BY BEN H. THOMAS. (-

fc.! : discharges of the men of the purpose of arranging the transfer of 1, believed that the thirty-seven passen-I the horse races are fine the morning, coming o2 ect from Washington At the close of the afternoon ges-|
the fund and, formation of the peacebureau gers rescued include every person
and
without in the
t., !'i gro companies of the Twenty' which have charge of the bn the open deck of the Dix when the hippodrome features are superior to city proceeded to stopping Palafox wharf,I sion of the trial of W. S. Harlan et ,1; t .

lu iit.mtry, on account of the I campaign. Only the income of the 1 1I vessel plunged.!:down into a hundred those of New York and Chicago. where he boarded one of the naval I al, charged with in the conspiracy United States commit I" 4
fund can be used and the scope of fathoms of water.. It is doubtful Jacksonville day will be Wednesdayand I peonage:
Cde shooting be suspended I I tug boats and went to the yard. '
B: !!' navy court yesterday, District Attorney
pt't ._ further orders. It Is stated I work is to be world-wide. j I whether she can be raised Vice-president Fairbanks and His arrival there was announced by! Rear Admiral W. S. Cowles, Brother- Sheppard announced that the govern 'e,1s.

:Sat ti.is action is in order to await I IIt. wife will be here Thursday. Vice- the firing of the .customary salute of: in-Law of President Roosevelt, WhoIs ment had about concluded its case ,
I president Fairbanks will address the thirteen guns the salute of a rear admiral. Now Pensacola Navy Yard. and with the introduction of one t' _j .
of Taft to Was '
>.rn Secretary L. & N. WILL CONTINUE great blue and gray ,re-union.. more witness and some documentary }'
t: ;a ud pending further advices: J. W. White general industrial The visit of Admiral Cowles afTSs evidence, it would rest possibly this Ij i
t. 1 i.w president. The war deDarcPnt ; agent of the Seaboard says: "It is time is, for the purpose of making an morning. Attorney Flournoy leading

: uas been deluged with pro- not a fair; it is exhibition.." Wilbur inspection of the yard so as to fully CHRISTMAS counsel for defense, announced that i
!it-;. against the discharge of the ACCOMMODATION TRAIN :McCoy general industrial agentof acquaint himself with its needs so far C his side of the 'case would be ready .* -
the'A. C. L., says: *I am glad that as his department is concerned. He for presentation to the jury as soon ,
a.- rompames. It is reported that Florida has been for once placed in spent yesterday and last night as the as the government concluded this 3
:::1t'1 i,' : investigation\ will be made proper light before the world." guest of Capt. Bicknell, and will probably morning. ;
tiu n.' : (certain officers may be called depart during to-day on the return A notable feature of the trial yes- '

en MI" tn explanation; of the move- Passenger Agent Lurton Re- tiis1 VICE-PRESIDENT trip. TRIALBEGINSNoted terday was the fact that attorneys Son t t :
r. RYANRESIGNS. N The storm of September damagedthe did but little cross questioning :
r.' ;;,' ot the men at the time of the LEAVES FOR TAMPABy the defense
Bu!!i niville lutident .. ceives Advices To This ,jard to a greater extent than another whereas on previous days }
government property and each witness was interrogated by attorneys i.
Associated Press.
Made From Louis large amounts of will be necessary defense at considerable i
First Discharges Effect Washington Nov. 19.-Vi Fairbanks leaves Washington to : to equip the. beached vessels after Case Now On Trial In!.length. ,
fort Reno Okla., Xov. 19.-The first dent
ville. All afternoon for Tampa, Fla., they have been floated. This has Considerable progress was made at f-
morrow
ich
\\"Enty-fir Iniantry were nude today the Florida stale fair, Thursday the of any of the'vessels, with the exception of the evidence was of the most damaging -
when tuent)-fite soldiers were of a coal barge and the,Spanish dable Array of At- character. At the beginning of i j'
paid off and given transportation to THE RESULT OF PROTESTS FROM floating dock. but'it is anticipated thai the day District Attorney Sheppard i **
Divorces His Personal and within a short time some of the gunboats announced that In view of develop
theii homt.bbout the same number CHAMBER .OF COMMERCE AND :2ndCHUBCRES will be launched ana be ready; torneys.Special ments on Saturday the government -if ifli.1 .

w,1; I br discharged each day as the UNITED COMMERCIAL; TRAVEL. Fiduciary Interests From G tor repairs and overhauling. To put would
/oH Ire completed until the entire -- these jvesfcis..ln_seaworthy' condition: The 1 1 S. Howell and he will be acquitted by t i
three companies have been released. ERS-WAS TO HAVE BEEN DISCONTINUED Con again" is going to require a"large expenditure to JournaLMarianna the jury. i"t{ l '
Corporation ,
of money and Admiral Cow Nov. 19-The: Christmas: 'Testimony Proceeds. j
ON 25TH. les desired to acquaint himself with! murder case which has creater such i The first witness called was William
COLORED TROOPSCAN'T nections.By conditions so far as his department is wide-spread public interest was called Albert who testified to having been ; .1 -
WilL-DE TAXED connected with the yard and vessels. jailed for having borrowed money \ l
BE TRUSTED for trial Monday morning before Judge ,- .
As a result of the united protestsof Admiral Cowles who is a brotherinlaw from Gallagher and subseqnsatJy r>* i ;
ot President Roosevelt has Carter at Marianna.The signing a contract to t #
\U Ungton. Kof. 19.-"The three the Chamber of Commerce and the Associated Press. many' leased upon '
United Commercial Tarvelers, the order New York Nov. 19.-Thomas F. friends in this city. He visited here+ defendant, Wm. D. Christmas work out his indebtedness to Gallagher -
!nnpames of the Twenty-fith Infantry owed 1j
Ryan the financier said' to-night: "I three years ago as captain of the i who is charged with one of the most ,i as well as other amounts i
reu toscharged because it was not issued by the Louisville and Nashville French Authorities Com- battleship Missouri and was in command I by witness which Gallagher paid for I 1 ;
have directorates of brutal crimes ever recorded in the an
afe to have them in the army. They and the Seaboard Air Line to discontinue resigned from the of that vessel when the explo I him. H. Wolf chief deputy U. S. '

xnt' be trusted and for the protecion the Pensacola and Jackson a large number of railroads and other mence Taking of Inven-. f sion occurred in one of the turrets at nals of west Florida, is representedby marshal testified to having gone to ,'
'
corporations. My accumulating inter target practice, which caused the loss: Attorneys Price and Watson and !Lockhart with warrants for the ar
of the public and the reservation ville accommodation train, has been 1 j ,
ests and responsibilities render it impossible tories in Paris.By of so many lives. This is the first W. B. Parley, of Marianna, and Espy rest of Gallagher, Porter the bookkeeper ,
i
.f f the discipline of the army their dis- revoked. This Information was re time he has visited Pensacola sii/.e I and Farmer of Dothan Ala. and another man, and stated

.barge was necessary" said Acting ceived yesterday by Division Freightand for'me to attend so many directors' that awful catastrophe. The state is represented by Prose- that: Mr. Harlan had told him that he -' 1 1

vcretaiv v of War Oliver to-day. "The Passenger Agent Lurton. and the meetings and to properly dis cutinf Attorney J. Walter Kehoe as- rather not send the men to Pensacol I J Jthem '
charge my obligations to the stockholders Associated Press. in charge of an offcer, but would lien t
dea seems to prevail that the men train, which was to have made its last I have also reached the con Paris Nov. 19.-The taking of inventories sisted by Attorneys C. L. Wilson and on the Monday following. whl:1 I ':

fcrc discharged because they refused trip out of Pensacola on the afternoonof clusion that 1 can best serve the financial of thirty-five hundred Ellis F, Davis. he did. ; .

'o tell on their companions and be- the 25th will be continued for an and fiduciary institutions with churches which were not taken and last MRS. DAVIS'SFILED The largest portion of the day was Trurich Mihaly, one of the foreigners : 1! ,
, ,,,, which I associated spring on account of resistance witness testifiedto
' by severing
' they) were black. Nothing could indefinite time. am my I The consumed in selecting jurors. The held in Jail as a F ;
* :umber from the truth. These sol- connections with the railroad and industrial ,disorders was begun to-day. having been captured by Gallagher --
This news will be received with held ready everywhere to first witness called for the state was back to ,
with which troops are and taken
corporations they others
,
and two
- f rs not up the town and all refuse
much pleasure by hundreds not onlyin the prefects. One case of resistance of testified "
' have business relations. support De Booth Campbelton. He and EWIT Reese pisitiv-i/ '
roil!
o anything about the disgraceful I' camp;
affair Pensacola but all along the line of is reported, where the clericals Will that he heard of the murder and identified Mihaly it a man whor* be
which resulted in murder. the P. & A., for the .train leaving here Will Not Furnish ListNew i after carrying away the sacred driving to the Christmas house entered had seen in the custody of Gallaghernear fc

each afternoon and returning the following York, Nov 19.-Neither }lr.i emblems barricaded and locked them' and found the bodies of Mr. and Laurel Hill teing taken to Lock-; .
forenoon is a 'source of great Ryan nor his business associates selves in the church.DEClARE Mrs. Christmas and little boy, that hart The testimony of Dr. Craig of f t

convenience to those traveling over would furnish a list of the corpora :Mr. Christmas had probably been dead Laurel Hill why was with Mr .lleese > :;. .: i
SENSATIONALNJ1SHOOTiNG that division and especially the tions from which the former has resigned -I Leaves Bulk of Property to since midnight and had died from a corroborated that of Mr. Reese in 1 '

commercial men. It also allows the but it is said that Mr. Ryan's blow on the head from some blunt every particular. Mrs Paul and Mrs. f : ;.
wholesale houses of the city, to get determination has the full approval of I THAW Her Daughter and Insurance instrument; that blood was splashed Gibson,'who live on the road between j :
out shipments of goods by freight at his business associates.SHONTS all over the floor and walls and also Laurel Hill and Florala, testified to a V : ,. 1
an early hour after receiving an order Is Dividedin on the window. man having been captured and beaten r : : '
as the train is a mixed one and car- Attorneys for the defendant produced in front of their residences n the I it I 1 !
ries out each day a large amount of a map of the interior of the same day that Mihaly was seen King J! i i+''f: !
freight consigned to towns along the WAS INSANE Small ,Gifts.By house where the murder was committed returned to Ixxikhart, but could not :; !
NOW '
3iv ision- and asked the witness to point identify the man. 'l iof "
To discontinue the'service meant a I out to the jury location of the various Attorney R. Pope Rees, on behaf }t I !i t
Member Queen Waist Co. heavy blow] to Pensacola and early I Associated Press. :I articles of furniture In the room after the government spruit a surprise :

last week, when the Chamber of Com- Vicksburg Miss., Nov. 19.-The W-i*I which witness was excused. by recalling Laninger to the stand and E I
Shot By Shirt Waist De- merce learned of the intention of the Experts Report That He widow of the I Much interest is being manifestedin proving by him that witnes i had accompanied .
Louisville & Nashville, it took prompt IN COMMAND : of Mrs. Jefferson Davis the trial owing to the prominenceof Attorneys Reese and Russell t

signer, an Employee.By steps to enter 'a protest which was Was' Unbalanced When president of the confederacy, was filed the Christmas family. to Crestview on Sunday and bad. f :
forwarded by the local officials to the for probate here to-day. The will Christmas has been indicted for the gone over the ground where It was K
head officers at Louisville. Saturday eaves to Mrs. Davis's daughter Mrs. murder of his mother and brother and alleged Laninger had ben held before
night the United,Commercial Travelers He Shot Stanford Margaret Howell Davis Hayes all of will have to stand trial for these later. being returned to Lxrkhart after ) ft ,

Associated Press. entered a similar protest and yesterday President Directs That Canal he estate except ten thousand dolar's -I Christmas and his family lived near I his capture. Witness identified pofcitively ; t: !*
yew York Nov. 19.-Gustave Si- the announcement was made White.; life insurance which is divided I Campbelton where the crimes were Blacksmith Kilpatrick find his ,

!:ton t>nior partner of the Queen that there would be no change. Work and Governmentof Into numerous small bequests I committed. assistant and the woman to whose :.,.
\lTsst; Oo,, was shot and painfully I i At a late hour this afternoon court house he was taken for supper and !

t'OUI.ritd< to-day in the Broadway I BELIEVE NEGRO '.* Canal Zone Be By Associated Press. SUFFERED AGONIES BEFORE adjourned until Tuesday morning. was in turn identified by these parties .
c!< H of the company. Madame 19.-Thrt'e expert I RELJfVED BY DEATH._ when they were called to the stand {
New York, Nov.
!nist\ shirtwaist WAS LYNCHED I I AGAIN tes
: Louise de Massey the INDIANS immediately after he had finished i
i Turned Over who stand high in the profession John Mylan, an employee of -
':'bn: r, was arrested on the charge I alienIsts.. the died GOOD ESCAPEe tifying. Another witness testified
of city
department :MAKE J
v 'iom?: the shooting. She denied the II By Associated Press. I reported today; to Clifford' street South ;I that bloodhounds were kept In an en- !
':, .isation. but the police declare they !'Newberry S. C., Nov. 13.-Mark Davis i To Him.By Hartridse, attorney for Harry Thaw! Sunday; morning street of at lockjaw his home caused on by<. Associated Press. closure at the rear of Manager liar.an's '
:a,e witnesses who identified the a negro is believed to have been of that Bajlen Nov. 19.-A special residence at Lockhart.
I after examination Thaw time since. Cheyenne Wyo.
an I stepping a nail some
upon
: 'M'J i' i as having fired the shots. lynched Saturday afternoon by a mob'of I I shot Stanford. unable to reportor from Sheridan says that part of a Jury Gets Outing.
when he deceased was
The
masked he was insane :: --
the Smyrna
I men near to
I band of Ute Indians who were being The members of the jury seem :
Associated Press. his foot having '
the work about a week
TWO FOOTBALL I chuich five miles from here. Davis I Washington. Jvov. 19_-The order White. The report does not say t swollen co that he was unable to escorted to Fort Meade by the United be standing the long siege remarkably .:
GAMES YESTERDAY I and W. H. Hendrix a white farmer, issued at Panama by President Roosevelt he Is insane at the present time but I work. Later, he developed lockjaw. States troops escaped and are believed well and all appeared fresh and in the : .".J '

had a dispute over gathering some I''I was made public to-day at the that during his previous life he suffered -! and for several days prior to his to have gone to the Sioux reservation. best of spirits when court convened ; .
I corn. Hendrix sent V311 and:MTDor-: office of the canal commission. The spells of emotional insanity.I morning suffered untold yesterday morning. United States .
,' !Sy Associated Press. roh to gather it and when they entered made at the death Sunday and Chief ;
.
\ ""u, da.. Nov. 19.-The follow'oiiiali I I effect of the order places the canal The' report which was Marshal T. F. McGourin
in the field the negro fired on them of Hartridge appears to agonies. the jurors for an 1 !
took
= :' 'i games were played to- I I work and the government of the zone instance The deceased leaves a wife and MISSISSIPPI TOWNS Deputy Wolf .
: and escaped. Neither was hit. Constable will be emotional -I I Sunday and notwithstanding ;
under the direction of Chairman show that the defence children who apparently outing on the bay t-.
little
three FROM -
tor v'' Floyd with a posse arrested th- r ARE HEARD the inclement weather .:'
aided by chiefs of the bureaus insanity.
inter Park Florida. Stetson Shonts have no means of support. 1 ., '
While here gale was
bringing him
heavy
negro. that a
fact
and the
who to
direct to
\ *; v fifteen; Rollins College 0. I are report Associated, Press.
,; some masked men suddenly appeared. commission the cf- TERRORISTS KILLRUSSIANSOLDIER I GARLAN O'NEILL By blowing, all enjoyed the trip greatly. -
r\I. :mson, s. C.. Clemson sixteen; the eliminating MISS New Orleans Nov. 19.-COlumbus .
..'t. took the negro from the officer and of DIED LAST NIGHT. I The' business instincts of Juror Chat. i .f ,
>nv Tennessee 0. fice go'emor.CHISHOLvI and West Point, Miss. which have
disappeared with him. : W. Gray got the better of him Just
the'outside world
off from
been cut
Miss Garlan O'Neill after an illness I before the start was made and he endeavored ::f w
FAYETTE
MISS. is CASEPROCEEDS Associated Press. Ince Saturday were heard from tonight
.
MADAM CALVE By Poland, Nov. 19.A .- covering; a period of over two years the of to insure the lives of his a*> i
I Warsaw Russian Aside from prostration '
WIPED OUT BY FIRE SLOWLY attack was made in expired last night at 9:45 o'clock at elates but without success. The f .
daring terrorist wires neither town has suffered from "
WILL NOT CONFESS home of her sister Mrs. James is quartered at the Escambia hotel ,
UTe colIlector the
i streets this morning on the cyclonic disturbancesMRS. Jury .
j, By Associated Press. By Associated Press. the alcohol I Reed on West Wright,street and to Judge from outward appearances '
-3n_ Practicalntire I I Birmingham Nov. 19.-The trial of of the government the of -
J IT Mlss- NOT 19.- By Associated Press., escorted by two sol The deceased had reached age Is being well taken pare: j"
,t..t business'section of Fay- Paris Nov. 19.-In response to a Alexander Chisholm former teller of who was 52 and leaves large number F. R. STOCKTON Marshal McGourin.The -
killed soldier !I.I I. of years by
t one
t,' yiss.: was destroyed by fire to- telegram addressed to Madame Calve the First National Bank and alleged i diers. The terrorists collector and ssiz- of friends and relatives to mourn DIED LAST NIGHTBy details of the proceedings yesterday : .
which Cateau, in the departmnet of defalter one hundred thousand dollars wounded the not I h
started in a cafe at 8:30 at thousand Jol- her death. Hed death, while on- is as follows:
e') I a
: ;' The loss is estimated at $751" ,- Aveyron, her secretary writes that the ,, was occupied tc-4ay ,with testimony -:. ed a bag containing soldier fired expected was nevertheless a severe Associated"Press. Morning Session. 7 i "
" partially insured. The tele-( prima donna will sail tomorrow on a regarding the defendant's mental lIars. The remainir". and wound- shock to her fancy and friends. Washington Nov. 19.-Mrs. Frank W. W. Flournoy leading cotmse :
,;( a. cchanne; was destroyed and prolonged cruise and that she declines condition. The witnesses testified 1 idly killing* whTTunon a--s ,y the terrorists The lour of the funeral has not yet R.. Stockton widow of the novelist; : .
.it.. :'TPgraph wires are down making I to make any communication to the against the presumption that he Is ins another and escaped. been announced. died here t -l1ight. (C c wc 1t to ;set details. press on. her reported betrothal.

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/ < -, < \, "" I had been went woods been,to at and Gallagher work: hired,put a to to short;to work work complain,time but in had a when that mill only he he I lB00KS: -, ahead to one Attorney strike of of them the ont Lofttn boggy,leading the testimony of'defense_by: the the, arm.foreigner,of moved Mrs.- : .S SSD -' -' $i ij ijThe


The .New ", Gibson was eremite and an exception
:Yorfk agent Md givenwitness -
I 4 *,6 : to understand that the trans- I HAVE i IN STOCKthe amination.noted. Thers was' no cross ex- forests and fields are abundantly supplied with; vegetation of 7,.

Avoidalumandalumpho portation charges, etc.. had been_taken oos kinds not alone to beautify the land, but to furnish the ingredients !
Ewing Roese. j
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care_ of and that there, was nothingto -
and ailment of mankind.
who was making a remedy for ill Medicines
Pensacola every
Goethe, Milton, Ewing Reese, of j
pay. rank & 'Yulerand New- poems of Dante, > t
lander had each told witness he was Scott Burns Longfellow, Whittler, with Dr Craig'-on the day QenJ the from the roots herbs and barks, which nature has placed at the disposal d!
phate baking powders.The to receive either L50 per day or $1 Bryant Lowell. Browning, Kipling foreigner was seen in company with man, act better in every way than do strong mineral mixtures and ronoa
per day ,and board. The transportation and others. Gallagher and others, next testified. tions-the products of the chemist's shop. Mineral medicines work dang

money was to be repaid at the The works of Dickens, Hugo, Ma- Mihaly was called in and identified. ously on the delicate parts of the system especially the_stomach and bo v
label law requires that all rate of $3 per month. Witness had caulay, Dumas, Cooper A. Conan Witness' had seen Mihaly .laterin and by eating out the lining membrane, producing chronic dyspepsia!! and cite!

received a contract which was with Doyle, and others, in sets and in sin- company with Gallagher CraiSthat entirely ruining the health. S. S. S. enjoys the distinction of being th
his other effects at Lockhart. Witness the latter had said to Dr. market. It is made
gle volumes only purely.vegetabeemedyon! the entirely of
; be named had not been back Lockhart they were after "this thing, : gels
the to
ingredients healing, purifying herbs and barks, possessing
AU at less than publishers prices pointing to Mihaly, who: was then acting, roots, properties th*
since July 29, but had been confinedas
and at about half the prices of travel- build and invigorate all parts of the system, in addition to
,a witness in the county Jail. Mr. seated in the rear of the buggy. up removinz aa:
the l labels., Look Flournoy for defense, movpd that the ing book agents. Attorney Lorun, for defense, moved Ito impurities and poisons from the blood. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism CatarfT
i on out testimony of witness be sricken from The size and variety of'my stockis strike out the testimony of Mr. Scrofula Sores and Ulcers, Skin Diseases Contagious Blood Poison cad i.1
the record, as the contract itself, si surprise to all,callers.. : :- Reese but was overruled and 'an exception disorders of the blood by cleansing the circulation of the cause, and it cc N

for the alum which was In possession' witness, I noted. There was no cross safely as well as permanently. It is as safe for children and old peoplj! a

: compounds. was the best evidence, and the courtso examination. for those in the prime of life and is the one blood medicine that may b*1Se1: !
ordered. HARRY T. HOWLAND, Alex. Norman. without fear of bad after-effects. Book on the blood sent free to an! wwrite.
.
Witness stated that he left the Alex Norman was the next witness.He THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA
I : CA

: NOTE.-Safety lies in buying only camps arrival for Lockhart to ask foe the worK day accordingto followinghis Manager'.Luna Book Store, employed knew at Mr.Lockhart Harlan for and four had months.been --- -- -- --- -=

De Luna St. Phone 1. 91. Witness had seen dogs in Mr. HarlaJl'syard
the contract but lost his and
Powder which is way .
Royal Baking a bad and knownas "S2 ."
came face to face with Gallagher, Dr. ; they were dogs MrHarlan'shouse \ \.,
Grace and Sandor. Witness had seen bloodhounds. Behind
of baking powder said there was a high ,.
cream tartar witness 8
-; pure, two men in a buggy previous to: his with second fence inside of it; '- ..

and the best that. can be made. and meeting that with he Gallagher had met and Gallagher the others and, -$$- Reasons in fence this latter a enclosure here the were blood-three .' --'{ .'i'V ,

the others at a place where there I I hounds were kept ; \ II
; I were houses on' Cither side of the small dogs in the outside enclosureone i
I : road. When witness met Gallagher, I i -.Why yellow and two black. The dogs i
Harlan's house.A I
I Sandor and Grace two of the men got' /'"Jll..O" were fed from made to strike out
motion was
of the and held
out buggy one a revolver -
pointed at him while Gallagher You can read a man's'character the evidence of Norman, but it was l P ,

ruled by the court and an exception I lashed him :with a horsewhip: Dr. _by the ..collar overruled and an exception.noted. ,
I noted. Grace kept hold of his arm and he Cross Examination.On 4
PD05ECUTIDN TO Cross Examination. went right along with the buggy he he wears-, ." cross examination witness stated ;
On cross examination witness stated was right opposite the horse. that he was not friendly with = ;

,I that be had first worked for the The party saw' 'two''men comingand Is yours a Mr. Harlan. Witness could not say 1 I r r 2
Jackson Lumber Co. in 1905, then whether or not the hounds were keptat
the witnessa '
Interpreter showing
,
s worked at Paxton, later working seven LION BRAND Mr. Harlan's house all of the time,
revolver,,said he would be killed If
REST C CASE THIS I months for Bud Givins. Witness had he moved; ,the men coming toward 15 Cents Each At All I but he had seen them there upon two t+ 2 2i
told Gallagher he was going to work Gallagher and the others were the 2 for 25 Cents. 'Good Shops. occasions. r
: for the Jackson Lumber Co. and Gal- same ones witness had seen earlier Rudolph Lanlnger. DOUR
lagher bad let witness have $19. 'in the day. Witness was taken toward r--1- Rudolph Laninger was recalled to
Witness had a very indistinct recollec- Lockhart and a stop, was made at a leading to' Florala.and Lockhart I the witness stand and queried by Assistant i
I! : MORNINGi tion regarding the transaction at the town where two of themes went intoa Two"or three days after the occurrence District Attorney R. Pope
,i time the money was- received, as he saloon, leaving one-to guard him. witness testified that Gallagherand Reese. Witness stated that' there COLLEGE BOOTS
I hid been drinking. Witness did not The party .afterwards proceeded to another man had stopped in Lau weretwo;ladies'at a house where he .
r I go to work as promised and was sub- Lockhart. rel HilL Witness had spoken to'Gallagher -' took supper on the night he was cap
i sequently arrested. After that the con- I to give him a "tip" that he' tured and positively identified Mrs. has.
,; ,After reaching ,Lockhart witness The college boot a smartness of style that is all its own.
( from First Page:) tract referred to was signed but the Ellen Cox as one of the ladies present 1-
have
might trouble over the Mihaly : .
had said, in Hungarian, that he did The low tops gives them a trim made effect so much desired o\ J
r amount of wages to be paid witness incident On this second occasion Witness identified W. M. Kirk-
for defense
I announced at the openIng not propose to go to the camp. Dr. : omen of ashler..
i of court that the defendant W. S. under said 'contract was not' men Grace caught him and Gallagher Gallagher was accompanied by dogs, Patrick as the man to whom he had If you would enjoy the pleasure of possessing a stylish footwear .
I ,: Harlan, would be absent from the I tioned. ,struck him with the buggy whip, then but witness did not know for what been turned over by Hilton at the f a pair of'our new college boots.
court On redirect examination witness purpose; Gallagher had not stated his blacksmith shop, and also Bud Alford.j,;
: room during part of the flay I put him in the buggy and took him! .
said Judge Johnson had not asked hima mission. the helper the latter being the man
, ,
The other three defendants were in to the camp. Witness said Gallagher i' FALL STYLES ARE NOW READY
'. single question after he was brought I whom the blacksmith had left in
I their seats' when the day's proceedings and the others were accompanied by Attorney Loftin of defense, movedto
! commenced. i into court, and that all the arrange-' i three dogs. strike out the testimony of Dr. charge of witness. Witness had seen f! Patent Kilt; Colt Gun Metal Calf Lace or button. All sizes and.
ments as to the terms of the contracthad Hilton about three days after the latter -
District Attorney Sheppard announced i I When witness was captured neither Craig. The motion was overruled and ; widths.
, that In view of disclosures since I been made before witness was Gallagher or the others accused him an exception noted. : had turned him over to'' Huggins. $2 $2.50 $3 $3.50 and $5.
taken into courtH. Witness had accompanied' Attorney
i
" the trial began the proceedings of stealing, and nothing was said Crocs Examination. i ,
I against Jeb S. Howell would be discontinued i Wolf. [about taking him before any court. The cross examination was extremely Reese on a trip up the railroad. I, t Women that want "The thing" in smart footwear, will always ::
c and asked that the jury be 1 1I Mr. Wolf, who is chief deputy in the After being returned to the camp witness brief, the only questions on Sunday and remembered the K find it here, as soon as it appears on the market
I United States marshal's office said I asked witness by Attorney Flournoy, long HJscambia trestle; this was
I
Instructed to acquit him and that testimony had worked eight days, after .
connected with Howell be he went to Florala on July 17. and I which he came to Pensacola with being relative to the direction of the the bridge that was gone when he \
stricken from the record. 1 reached Lockhart on July 28 and on I Xewlander, Gallagher and Porter for log camps of the Jackson Lumber Co. and others attempted to cross. He BOSTON SHOE STORE, 2
that day met Manager Harlan in the I the of attending court. from Laurel Hill. Witness was nol had, on this trip, pointed out the
William Albert 1 office and had a talk with him con Witness purpose when familiar with the location of the various towns and places en route explaining 1
returned to the
William Albert was the first witness I cerning the matter. Witness had war was put to work the railroad.camp camps and could give but little in- it to the attorneys. Witness FASHIONABLE FOOT FITTERS
s called and stated that his home was I rant for Robt Gallagher Porter, the upon formation upon this subjectMrs. said he and the others with him had '
in Canada. He knew Robt. Gallagherand i bookkeeper, one other party, and identified leave He had because no money"in the,and woods was afraid to Paul. crossed the river In a boat at Milton, 1 Phone 690. 117 S.: Palafox Street
they can
W. S. Harlan and knew the other the return in the cases. i. and that one of the party had given
defendants in sight Albert said he 1 I On'cross examination Mr. Wolf do anything they want to and" no one :Mrs. Paul, who resides near the the owner of the boat a razor for a< %sxnx8sxsx \ > x nss "'- "\."\..

1 went to wori. for the Jackson Lumber I stated that he went to Lockhart with can see it but one God. Witnessdid road from Laurel Hill to F'o'.Va' was' carrying them over. One of the men ,
Co. in July of last year and worked the process to see if defendants would not remember how'many lashes the next 'witness called. Mrs. Paul had sold his overcoat and another hada -
.; four he bad been given; Dr. Grace held the stated that In July she lived a mile
months.itness knew Judge proceed to the line and surrender to dollar, and another had pawned his
James Johnson and Constable Mon-I him. Mr. Harlan had told Gallagherand revolver and Gallagher done the and a quarter east of Laurel Hill on watch for $UiO, and the money thus
ecky of Florala Witness was arrested Porter to report at Pensacola on whipping. the Florala road. She had seera raised was used to purchase food. The
in July this year at the instanceof July :30.: Mr. Harlan had stated that Attorney Flournoy, of, defense, foreigner passing her house one 'afternoon : party was in short ''rations anJ suffered We are offering some dressed damaged :
Gallagher who had given him $10 he did not want the men to come to moved to strike out the testimony of _and had seen three men, come considerably during the trip.
.Florala 'Mihaly, but was overruled. An.. exception up 1 with the foreigner near her .ti'sce.
sometime
in June. Pensacola with an officer. Witness -- Returning toward Lockhart, after lumber at bargain.
,Witness stated that Gallagher and had told Harlan, however, that if the was noted. The men passed and in a second the being' unable to cross Escambia bay, a
<_ Monacky were present when he was men did not come voluntarily the war I Cross Examination.The foreigner was seen coming back with the party followed the railroad as far
taken out of jail, and Dr. Grace also rants would be transferred to Alabama cross examination was short the men after him. Two of the mc as Laurel HilL We fill all orders now for
can
new
and developed nothing new. But few who came in the buggy whip-
were
talked with him. ,
Mouacky took h!>> for execution and the men At Crestview on Sunday's tiip, witness
out and he saw Gallagher and 'Dr. brought to Florida. I questions were asked, and these were ping the foreigner, one of them hold- stated he had immedia'ely recognized -
Grace sitting in a buggy about 25 Irwich Mihaly. of slight importance. ing a revolver pointed at the foreigner -, the blacksmith. shop where he stock shipment arriving daily.
feet from the jail door. Gallagher Irwich Miha.ly, whose testimony at Dr Craig.: ; the whipping" 'Was a severe one. had been held by' Hilton, and also Immediately -
called witness over to the buggy and the preliminary hearing regarding Dr. Craig, of Laurel Hill, was the Witness did not see any of the whip- recognized the blacksmithand
asked if he had the money or could treatment he had received at the ,next witness called, it being alleged ping as she could not bear the sight his helper, whom he met on the H. DeSILVA & COMPANYDon't
Borrow it Gallagher had then told camps of the Jackson Lumber Co. was that he was one of the men who had Witness had asked the man in the street, and the lady at whose househe
'\\itness.if he did not plead guilty he of a most serious character, was then seen Mihaley on the road. The doc buggy what the trouble was about and took supper. All of these were
would have to go to Andalusia and it called, to the stand. Witness who is tor stated that he had been with was told the foreigner had stolen Identified earlier In the proceedings.
I would cost a great deal more. Gallagher -: a Hungarian, testified through Inter- Ewing Reese on the road between some clothing. When the buggy left : Witness had absolutely no doubt about
said if witness would plead guilty i preter Friedman that he entered intoa Laurel Hill and Florala, looking at with the men one of them was walking the place or the identity of the placeor
ti tad sign a contract to work out the I Ii contract at the office of Frank & some land; they met a foreigner, but ahead with the prisoner. i people.
i debt he Gallagher would be responsible Miller, in New York to work at Lock- the doctor did not think he could Attorney Loftin, for defense, moved 1 Attorney Flournoy moved: to strike --
I for what witness, owed. The i.I II hart,'and that E. P. Newlander, whose identify the man. The foreigner was to strike out the testimony of witness, i out the testimony of Laniager, was
time witness was to work. The name has been frequently mentioned about a mile and a half from Laurel but was overruled and an exception i overruled and an exception noted.
I
amount was $52. A doctor's billl and during the trial was in the office at Hill and when he saw the gentlemenhe noted. There was no cross examina There was no cross examination.Mrs. You Worry
I some other accounts were put in the I'' the time. Witness was taken to the stepped into the woods and appeared tion. Ella Cox.

contract Monacky had told witness ship by Newlander, in company with to be examining a tree. Aboutan Mrs. Elizabeth Gibson. Mrs. Ella Cox, of Crestview was About Your Goods.
that the best thing for him to do I' several others. Witness understood hour later Dr. Craig and Mr. Mrs. Gibson, who lives on the Lau I then placed upon the stand, being In- Holiday
would be to plead guilty. Judge that he was engaged to work In a Reese again met the man, who was rel Hill-Florala road opposite the terrogated by Assistant District Attorney
t'-; Johnson entered a plea of guilty and saw mill and tnat he would be met by sitting on the rear of a buggy; three home of Mrs. Paul was next called I Reese. She knew Ki -
witness signed a contract same being I his employer at Savannah. At that men were in the buggy. There were and testified as to the capture of the I Alford and identified Lan
and
read to witness before he signed it I place a man met them who, he after two dogs, commonly- known as blood I foreigner referred to by :Mrs. PauL! inger patrick as a man who had come to the I have anything you need in bicycles -
" Witness'then went to Lockhart in wards learned was Dr. Grace. Witness hounds. The doctor had seen the Mrs Gibson had seen a foreignerpass I Kilpatrick paid rifles
Kilpatrick
house with ; ammunition
company with Gallagher and Dr.i arrived at Lockhart on July 18. dogs before with Mr. Monacky once her house on Thursday, July 19; i for the meaL Kilpatrick was a black- guns, ,
Grace,.afterwards going to the camp, Witness said he knew Rudolph and recognized them. had seen three men come up with the i iI smith at Crestview and his shop was fishing tackle, athletic goods ,tennis
going to work the next morning. Witness i Laninger and that the latter had Dr. Craig spoke to Gallagher, saying foreigner. Witness had seen the men j about 50 yards from Mrs. Cox's house.
had been in jail three days before I come south on the same ship, and had : "Hello Bob, who are you after." I hold a pistol pointed at the foreigner I'' Witness knew nothing further in connection '. goods, automobiles, wagons, velocfpedes -
Gallagher came and took him out arrived at Lockhart simultaneouslywith Bob had answered: ihis thing." and whip him. The men had disap- with the matter. :
1 '
t ,Defense moved to strike out the I witness. When Lockhart was This happened near a house occupiedby peared up the road immediately after Defense again moved to strike 'out < ; footballs, phonographs,
of witness but taken to the :Mrs. Paul it was on the road the whipping had been -
testimony. was over reached witness was ; administered i the testimony of witness, was over- //Typewriters and Everything, at
ruled and an exception noted. A recess -
was then taken until %:30 p. m. prices to suit the poor; man's purse.

Afternoon Session. Call in and see what we have.t .-
: .r W. S. Harlan made his appearanceat :
of the afternoon session ,
the beginning
[ Bec '-Jse. -! i ,- having reached the city from -
Why 4I > 11
Florala at a. m. 7'F.
I tae B. BRUCE
ss$: Mrs. Ella Cox. ,
"1'P" Mrs. Cox was recalled by defenseat
I' Its component parts are all wholesome. the beginning of the afternoon session

Syrup ofIS f15 It acts gently without unpleasant after-effects. j for cross. examination. Upon be- The Sporting Goods Man.

1 ing questioned she stated, that, so far
It is wholly free from objectionable substances. as she knew Knpatrlck"was; unarmed -

and that she saw nothing unusual -
) It contains the laxative principles of plants. in the conduct of ,either Lan
tH best
\ family-laxative -
'"& It'contains the carminative principles of plants. Inger or Kilpatrick. --
Cox great lack of
:Mrs. displayed
\
e _: It contains wholesome aromatic liquids which are memory on redirect examination, and need have no terrors for yo:

agreeable and refreshing to the taste. could remember nothing that was unusual WASH 'D'AY if You send ,your washing to

It is pure. ,,_ .? ; which occurred at that time.
1 '0,1 Attorney Reese asked witness what The New Method Laundry,

1, yltis gentle. ; All are pure. :, she had said to him and Mr. Russelon PROSE 1188 E. W, LAWRENCE. Prop. "" Method Uwda Bidj. W. R35&5 i.;

;t -"..,J.' All are delicately blended. Sunday night to the effect that AGENTS WANTED.
It.!lSlP easant. 1 I Kilpatrick had stated to her that -II!
'v : All are skillfully and scientifically compounded. Laninger was under arrest but wit -
r
; It is;efficacious.It ness could not remember. She finally
>: Its value is due to,our method of manufacture admitted having made such a state .
\ 'is >.ot expensive. ,--. ment, to Mr. Russel. The testimonywas Sidewalks
t -v' r.:, and to the originality and simplicity of the
upon request of Mr. Loftin of
Its good for children. / combination. i defense, stricken from the record.

It is excellent for lath l Bud Alford.
es. To get its beneficial effects-buy the genuine. f Bud Alford who it is alleged, as- That old sidewalk of yours Is unsightly and Insecure at

It. is convenient for business men. j ;j i sisted the blacksmith, Kilpatrick best If not dangerous. It cheapens your property and men
Manufactured by I ,; in holding Laninger at Crestview, aces your safety. Save money by building a handsome.
It is perfectly safe under all circumstances.It "was next called. Alford stated that durable concrete walk that enhances your values,
i. ,. he passed Kilpatrick's often and occasionally cuts out accident and damage risks and Is a continual

is used by millions of families the world over. t fl .stopped. Rudolph Laning source of, satisfaction.. I
JN'e'H build you a sidewalk that will be properly laid of
flft SYRVP er was brought in and was identified
It stands highest, as a laxativewith physicians.Ifytu ACFQRNIA. (? ,,, -t as a man witness had' seen there. the best materials and put down under the personal supervision -
( Witness was in the shop when Lan- of a man who knows how. Well guarantee the work
it have the and keep It la repair. The price is reasonable. Call Thoist I
use you best laxative the VN- --. anger was there; Kilpatrick got up -
i Cal. 1..85.
Safe rranoisce and laying a revolver on a bench by
world.pr iuceL Louisville ID'. Hew Y f'K"H. T.ros the side of Alford, went to get a drinkof
.
SJL&X BY LL-LEUlSJ jwcc&ra' 'water.of Witness assisting disclaimed to hold Laninger any Intention Pensacola Cement Stone j

r at that time. Witness did not see
----- + Laninger taken from the shop and tompanyJ
had seen him last when he
passedout
; ; ,n : .. ., .,' :-u.: of the door with Kilpatrick. t :S..J. Harvey, Manager.

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ITO ABANDQ&& tHEOUTO.OUR 'i.. 'AMUSEMENTS.' t, ALAALA4iAk' 11 l'1i !> '.i



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Al Wilson Last Night r

The Pensaccla opera house last :
night was Indeed put to a!servere test In

7 as downstairs every available and in the seat balcony upstairs was I He Who Chews Will Know I

filled and the places alloted for gen-
CAMP eral admission were' also filled with LL '
Keep your backchestandshoulderswarm many standing. The Proof is in the Chewing : ,

Al Wilson was the attraction, and .
and you'll be !here, like elsewhere, :Mr.lIson- is a The wholesomeflavor and delightful That's, :why a 10-cent plug of t -,; jr

At the Navy Yard For Treat- warm all over. reat favorite. appetizing aroma of the tobacco SCHNAPPS is more economical t .J' t
Cold-damp-raw-days Before the doors were opened .a
are
II grown in the famous Piedmont tothan a much larger plug of cheap .r jf

ment 'of Tubercular mighty uncomfortable and bacco belt continues to create and tobacco. ', ', )j
sometimes dangerous. .1
Patients.The popularize man's fondness for chewThat's why SCHNAPPS wins all ;, ,

Frost King and Frost ing tobacco. Lovers of real tobacco classes of chewers: :'the rich, because r ,, J i .

( S Pi I Queen Chamois Vests A' -" _' pass the good thing along one they do not find a chew to really h- : i

Pensacola outdoor naval hospital or camp on. tho chewer makes another chewer-until please them better at,any price; the r ;JII
reservation
for tb2
i ; -vou have a silk treatment of tuberculosis patients, is win keep you warm sal protect you. *ISt there are now many more chewers poor, because they,get their money's H' .i' : t .
.
jTh,:! j i taste. and an un- to be discontinued, the department Better than aa overcoat-and cheaper. \ ; and more pounds of tobacco chewed, worth of the real snappy chew and i .!
having : '
1 lm: '!k purse, here are here since no further acquiring need. a large of the tract camp of |I We bare all sues and colors. to the population, in those States flavor not found in the highly sweet- 'fc!,' i' :

the ancy vests that will land in Colorado. where a sanatoriumwill II ; where SCHNAPPS tobacco was first ened mixtures. Neither the rich nor ) ;. .; ;

t r; -\ our purse, figure andu naval be patients established The for camp this on class the reservation of- THE CRYSTAL PHARMACYAgents sold, than there are in the States the poor wish to chew tobacco so PT'. : 'i .

;, your taste. was established abo>s. two for Whitman' Candies. where' SCHNAPPS has not yet been intensely sweet that its true flavor it i i

y.ears since, and many patients have offered to the trade. and tooth-preserving quality are lost ) ". t
White Vests. $1.50 to $3 00 been treated most successfully there 11'

Fancy Full Dress Vests'Vests, $1.2, $2.5Oto to $5.00.$3.00.i !!during this period.- some leaving apparently :, Only choiceselectiotis orwell matured Look for the word "SCHNAPPS"on 'r .t- ; ..

I welL It is not known when thoroughly cured tobaccos, the tag, and on theplugoinder the '- i j'
and the I the camp will be abandoned, but it I'
ome see '
I wjll probably not be at once. as the Miss Leila Reese has grown in the famous Piedmont tag and then you have it-the
l rgtxt: assortment of ;department has just come into possessIon *, : tobacco belt, are used in making wholesome tobacco produced, with :f ; I
I t
iam.\ Vests ever shownin of the Colorado site and will fresh cut flowers ,-
: have to prepare to receive patients always SCHNAPPS. just enough sweetening topreserve lt; /
,
.p>acola. .Of this the :Army and Navy Registerof on hand. Orders taken That's why i it has a better quality the quality and bring out-the flavor 4 k' .:a :
recent date contained the follow- *
ling: ; ,' and more lasting flavor than .ethe. real tobacco flavor that' t1m- ,f L, t;I ;

CIANDARDrL0THINGro. "The president has issued an executive for special occasions. tobacco formerly sold to chewers'at ulates and satisfies. t: .- ii, ''

SlEIESENt piiilDING ... 'department order the lurning military over. to reservation the navy 1 1I Phone 282. double the price they now pay, for Sold at 50c per pound in 5c. cuts. It 'f i 4:M P
,
|I at old Fort Lyan, Colo... 575 acres in SCHNAPPS. Strictly lOc. and 15c. plugs. :
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extent with the buildings thereon. :
=---= -- This property will be used as a sanatorium 'AAAA.A' ._...AAAAAAAAAAAAA. ... ....... .... R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Salem C. : : '<
TURTON 4. BELL.fhOJ9GRAPHEiS for the treatment of tubercular :

'If 'u phe. Finishing SIk;tOt Amateurs.1810. : diseases to which hospital will be Y,- n__ -r. <'1:'. f' .*- ; .', 'l.. ,' I'j
_
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admitted officers and enlisted men of -Jt- '
=-- .-=--- the service The institution will be Scene in "The Virginfan." : 1C '
DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY.JttJNYAN'S I F : iiI
REMAINS OF MRS ; :
conducted after the manner of the r
of had assembled at
ROLLERS... mass humanity
similar hospital of the army at Fort .Jri' !.
the entrance and fought for first .
i
I
CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY,
Bajard N. :MeL The selection of
S1CO fM MONTH place. When the doors were finally I '. : i t JT'
Fort Lyan reservation for this
PncneA-2 rfujs. M. G. RUNYAN. pur. i
opened there was a mad rush and in ., .
Pcntacola, Florida.SOMETHING" pose is the result of an examinationof ': : t .'t
. _- all available sites suggested by CLARA KRYGERAT a very short. time the house was literally -----------_ _ p i. \ jot ,
-- reason of climatic conditions for the packed.Mr. W'
NEW !If purpose Wilson appears this season in 10 o'clock This week Wednesday .al;.=-.;;. u. nu.uHl-: : ;.. ...3..gggg..g1fi! :
:! Pins 25 "' Ietz in the Alps" another play night has been set aside for fancy ; r' i',
f Ec&flfled Baz'jtj, MriilQc per ,pair Two officers of the naval medical
written for him by Sydney R. Ellis. dress night and a prize will be awarded -
:
W. A, Gahlenbeek 213 S. Palafw! ,St. corps James Surgeons G. Field T.who A.are Berryhill experts and on REST In this he plays the part of "Metz" to the lady who appears in the Auction Sale 3 J: '''
I I !
>---- -- costume.
and he is given every opportunity to most appropriate skating '
the subject have gone JO the new hpspltaL :t> Ii
COTTRELL, display his ability. The center of I the Another prize will be awarded the t" '
Dr. Field made the examination -
FINE PHOTOG APHS. of the various sttes and recommended I stage belongs to Mr.' Wilson when he I I most graceful lady skater. Ten of Fifty ((50)) .: 1f.
Pensacola."la.. the selection of Fort Lyon, appears and he asserts this right atj minutes will be given for ladies fast "
, l all times. I I skating, and ten minutes will also be i fJI1 !
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and Surgeon General Rlxey who Is Estimable ,
Lady Expired ,
R. K. WHITE entitled to much credit for the success "Metz in the Alps" is a very pretty;j given for gentlemen for fast skating. Automobiles. i : f fi.i i
in attendance night !
unlike his
sensational drama not I Good I music every >
of the project. urged the presi-
Watchmaker.ManutacUnnfl? wler.and Graduate Mobile Sunday Morningand former plays. There is a fine display;:and a good time is assured to alL I l
C r.tall.33 S. Pa atox Street. Pensacola. Fla. dent to authorize the establishmentof ;. I I f .. J .tt J I4:
of rich and picturesque
scenery very '
>- eral the had sanatorium.previously asked The surgeon that such gen an Was Buried costumes. There is a \ilhan, too of Sells More of Chamberlain's Cough- I i, Consisting of the following well-known ,makes: r t : j l
the real old type who wantsthe girl, Remedy than of All Others Put
Tersely Told institution Royal, S. C.be, at established the abandoned, at naval Port Yesterday.The : and gets her money, and who is ever Together.Mr. Cadillacs, Reos, Mitchells, Pope Hartf ords:, Ramblers J t.' t

Mayor Otas. H Bli s. who was fiock yard and repair/ .station, but for unfortunates ready to kill and whose slaughter destiny the hangs poor Thos. George, a merchant at Orient Buckboards. and several Electric Ma- jj I f r
some reason the navy department declined Mt. Elgin Ontario says: "I have had f
taken ill Saturday was reported yesterday within his reach Of, course.' Metz y "
to approve th.e recommendation.It remains,of Mrs Clara Kryger, the local agency for Chamberlain'sCough I! chines. I' .
afternoon '
as being quite sick. and 'the'anxiou
the best of him
turns out much better for the service wife of Capt. Jacob Kryger. are at I gets Remedy every since it was introduced I I n l :
Patrol Dnrci H, J. in Colorado is audience enjoys the gratification of I sell : '.
Coburger who ; since a hospital rest in St. Johns cemetery. The into Canada and as It '
has been sick far the past seven I admirably adapted in all respects to funeral occurred yesteriasr afternoon I the terrible villians death. at the end much of it as I do of all other lines P PI ,I 11 .

' rPt'1c8 returned to duty yesterday I the treatment of these patients. It and was largely attended; many: of the play. have on my shelves put together. =, Sale commences at 10 o'clock, a.,m., November _1 t :
tnomfngTfce 'will not be necessary, therefore, to friends and lelatives of the deceased Mr.ilson's new songs this season" Of the many dozens sold under guarantee It. -J f !t i
fishing schooner Cavalier with continue the outdoor hospital for tu- and of the husband being present to are "My.Hearen Is. .in Your Eyes,, I hare ,not had one-bottle returned 21st, next, Mobile, Al a., 'and continuing'until all are .- ',if.
and "Wilson's. Lulla.VyT- but by re
21000 ililjs t) pounds with of 4,000 snappers and the bercular Pensacola patients, Fla. at the naval station; and pay their to heap last floral sad tribJJue offerings of upon respect the, quest he repeated some of his old this medicine. I can as personally I have used recommend it myself ),! sold. : = !hi! ; *f.I f.

mon the arrivals in port pounds yesterdaytf were newly made grave. favorites heard here on his previous and given' it to my children and''I! Reduced rates on all railroads -account of thereunion. i ; ,', i

the fleet of Saunders &. Co. Bilious Attack Quickly Cured.A JIrs Kijgcr! died at tbo Providence visits.MrYflson.s new songs, alt;':>ugh always with the best results. For i a''t H I !Ir <
.
few weeks ago I had a bilious attack Infirmary m Mobile Sunday morning, sale by all druggists I i J;, : I
to
not
J J. pretty do quite come up
very
iiottoa,
A. V Clubbs and J. C. that was so severe I was not where she tad gone coin lime since, set his old. :Still, See Mobile for further particulars. 1iA j 1' 1 1It'
Creea mho hare been en extended the standard by ones : Silk in all ; papers
i
able to go tothe office for two days. and where all operation, whiclJM Long Glpves ,
:
the audience did to care
not. seem
trip through the west business I 'I
on and Failing to getrelief from my familyphysician's ; thought to b:< successful was per Watson Parker & !
tleasure combined, returned home much what songs be sung as long _as I shades at Address i
yesterday afternoon. treatment, I took three of, formed-. a week .before. death occurred. he sang. They wanted to bear him I .P
Stomach and Liver ana di- Reese Co.'s.ENTERTAINMENT..
Chamberlain's mere was a relapse nowever he did. His selectionswere i
Jos E. Maura. Jr., returned yester2 Tablets and the next day I felt likea ter lingering for several days, death ring and well sing received, and liberally en- ''1 n i
< from! the northern markets where new man,-H. C. Bailey Editor of occurred Sunday morning. Captain II cored. In fact to use his own expression i A. L. GOULD, ,
le 'ent ro buy a stockfor, the Maura the News. Chapm. S. C. These tablets Krjger was present and accompaniedthe in regard to the applause, "It The ladies of the First Baptist J
fctauocerv Co., which will soon open. ,-are for!: sale by all druggists. body to Pensacola! Sunday after ;looked like a riot." The Wilson melodies -church will give an entertainment at I Mobile Ala. Ja: "J t -
noon, arriving here at 4 o'clock.At II heard on the streets as soon I the Sunday sciool roum of the Fhst i.tb ;
The tug Hercules, one of the naval were :
ti to be Thanksgiving Poultry. the depot were assembled R I as the crowd left the opera house. II Baptist church, on Friday evening .: p---qg' I :
thp gent here immediately after Ducks Chickens, etc. Ed. large number of persons to meet the I IBruce's Nov. 23rd:: at 8 clock. The entertainment I I .D if.! :; ;]!1i.; n.iGl :; I i ;. ,
hurricane to assist In wreck- Turkeys .
bj ircrk but which was later ordered XI Pooley, Corner Chase and DeVil remains, among them being Odd remains Fellows Skating Rink. will consist of vocal and Instrumental !=,-_ --------- ---------- :II. t + i t

to Key West. returned to the navy her streets, Phone 1121. 15novlw were, Elks taken and to Pythian5.Ifhe the family home, ru I The popular Bruce the seating crowds rink and recitations.solos Among duets. those quartettes i'fho...................+++.+..........+....f......+++.+ ++* .,t.t j, .'
Jird continues to attract every
yesterday morning. WOMAN'S HOME MEETING. 31& West Belmont street, and there Miss Allie Willis, .f
night except, Saturday: from 7:30 to will participate are
r E deLannau. formerly linotype The ladies of the \\Oman'a Home will rested until yesterday afternoon at Miss Ellie Wentworth. Miss Alice Jj
mist-operator[ with The Journal have a meeting of importance Tuesday 2:30: o'clock when the funeral -jcor---- - Kessler, Miss Mildred Kessler. Miss IA HANDSOME
hi now of Macon, Ga.. is in the city mornIng requested: at 10:30 to he o'clock present All(Signed.membersare ) tege moved to St. Michael church, NICE HAIR. FOR ALL. --I Fan Warren, Miss Ruth Barrett Miss .I
Cl a v,sit of a few days to hte wife, I MRS W. D. CHIPLEY.tresiaeni.. where Rev. Father Fullerton conduct Nell Burrow Mrs. J. P Sandusky ; ;
rto 'iv visiting her parents here. H etl the funeral services. The cortege Once Destroy the Dandruff Germ, and Miss Lucile Lurton. Miss Irene Pin- JI (
MoUI1.' Register Oscar L. Green MRS. LAURA THORNTON.Treasurer. then proceeded to St John's cemetery Hair Grows Luxuriantly. ney. Miss Lottie Rice Miss Vera ,'uig.-'.SIDEBOARD| .
Rtnmed home ;yesterday from Pen- MRS. A. E. LEWIS where the remains were placed] Any one can have nice hair if he or hum, Miss Mabel Gonzalez, Mr. S. J. : '::1 t I It
Secretary at rest. I dandruff. which causes Mrs. C. iL Covington, airs
she has not Harvey
ilCf.a.! where be went to witness aRe I
of football there Saturday aftertOCi A Dressmaking Hint. The pall bearers were: Frederick :brittle dry hair- fafimg hair and ba 11 I J M\ Callaway and Miss Colin Smith. China Closet, or Extension Dining Table ) 1 ;
Gilmore Morris Bear. Frank Reilly, it necessary will be refreshments and
To dandruff is There no
r.rJCIi He Pensacola reports Saturday that quite night a storm and The home dressmaker often Ms A. C. Blount Jr., Jas. T. McConaughev' I'i to ess.kill the cure germ that causes it, and the price of admission will be only 'f should be put in your dining room for. {11 i T }

W trDrffowed!: Nashville a portion Railroad of the Company's Louisville idea much is trouble to buy one fitting and herself.one-half A yardsof good and X. B. Cook.WEATHER. tLal does.is Cornelius just what Grew Newbros Colfax Herpicide, Wash-. twenty-five go to the improvement cents. The proceeds fund of will the I'i Thanksgiving. Sideboards $15 to $65. China i fl}1 tt: i

and
strong lining cut out a perfectly
tnrk--hJch: OWiLg blew :there.to the strong south wind fitting bodice pattern to come five or frays"One: bottleof Newbro Herpicide church.' Closets $18 to $75. Dining Tables up to i 4 1 1i
inches below the waist line. Bone MALLORYAT
six TO BE completely cured me of dandruff, SENATOR I
If you want something better get and stitch it as if for an ordinary which was very thick; and it has TAMPA FAIRHE i $25. : __ i ;
* '
;nJlibbon Lemon and Vanilla. Ab- dress. Instead of hooks and eyes sew stopped my hair from falling out. It : F ; ,
$ tely pure, goes twice as far and together down the front then stuff the makes hair soft and glossy as silk; delightful '
t.t Blue Ribbon Flavor" is perfection. lining firmly with sawdust shaping it odor and refreshing hairdressing VISITS THE BIG CIGAR CITY ON | NOW PAY LATER.

A Sk-for the 25c size.Plajd5jjkWajsts -J as you proceed. Sew_ a strong lining MUCH COLDER E abundantly. It, and permits kills the the hair dandruff to grow HIS WAY TO FORT MYERS. I BUY I r; :
across the bottom so as to stand on a The Tampa News of Saturday says:
and Fancy table. Add a stock collar at neck: witha gerntF3r HOD S. R. Mallory. senior senator of
sale by W A. D'AIemlcite.dnggist Florida. accompanied by his private secre
Lace Waists, $3;JO to $14, piece of lining across the top. This and apothecary 121 South tary Air A. E. Lt>wts.isited the state ii"
model is most useful for draping and I fair this morning They were met at the : MARSTON&QUINA t
Watson, Parker & Reese TO-DAY Palafox street or send lOc In stamps,{administration offces by President Brown -.
collars -
also for
Co. trimming blouses. fitting for tarnple to The Herpicide eo:. Detro't. -(and they took In the various exhibit :

and yokes., Uch. I I not"I nmone regret that those my that county.have Escambia.represented Is I: 108x110 S. Palafox St. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla. f. .

themselves at this fair with such fine dis- : ; .
pla's.Ve have lots of fine things from at .......e.......................................... '
: ......." ", ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,," " Is the Prediction of the Your home Tampa to is show BO far off.that but it the is distance hard to take ... }4 i .

4 Beautify hold of the"matter as other counties which =e .

Cafe Nonpareil Weather Bureau-Will I are without closer doubt\have, is done.one of luscambia the most county progressive _;
I In the state. If the state fair la
to be permanent !hem not be left out
Room
Also Rain.
I I Dining next time, I am sure." .i1J

: Rain and much colder weather has Myers Senator on a Mallory visit. is He on said his many way to thingsof Fort Calcimo: Add Cold Water and Use :

been predicted by the weather depart II interest at the fair and. expressed his
confidence in Its success.It .
OPENING I TO-DAY ment for to-day and at midnight there, forThanksgiving was Mr. Lewis' first visit to this !

j, was would every prove indication a correct that one the, especially forecast r size city and and progressireness.he said he was amazed by its Just the thing for calcemining walls of j t f <: :

There will be many distinguished visitors tints and at 10
.. regarding the anticipated rain. to the city next week among them I rooms,'etc. In 12 shades or jI'4 1 '
: The temperature has been very IcePresident Fairbanks. A state fair is I ;, :
i cents a pound.Saunders ;
high during the past two days, and a big drawing card. and especially the I IE ,
.: ,
at 11 kind Florida has. There have been prominent -
i a. m. : yesterday at noon it registered 76 degrees men here from all parts of the state I
I maximum. There will be a | The best and cheapestway already this week, and the attendance j r.i'li: j.
compared to what is expected the second ; Mill Company :li
the next let
marked change during twelve do this is to slim. Various exhibitors ,
to has been very
i Lunch will be served from 11 a. m. hours, however if all indications do of those week are bringing their families hereto Phone 717. 21 bat Canton Street. 'i "., '" t
until 2:30 m., and after not fail and it is expected that much us frame some spend the season. ,. [
: to-day p. : cooler weather will prevail for some have. Al- '
that short orders will be served un :, time thereafter. The wind Is due, to pictures you Chapped Hands. iiSubscribe .,' ,, .
: will hands with warm water
is invited 'to shift to the north during the day. most any picture i Wash your and apply Cham- = :h ;
towel
til night. Everybody; with a
i : Yesterday Qe maximum temperature look well in one of our'JVrlain's dry Salve just before going to

:: the opening. ; ', minimum WM'T6 72 degrees degrees at at noon 5 a. m.and Last the frames. *bed, and salve a is speedy also unequaled cure is for certain.skin for the Journal It will. ; .: < : f-

: This
: THEATRE SUPPERS A SPECIALTY. was year 72 on degrees the same and date the tie minimum maximum 60ae&ge diseases. For sale by all druggists. be delivered to your door for lOc a. !

I The Gem Book Store, All kinds of Art Squaresand ,
: TO CURB A COLD IN ONE DAY Wataon Parker :
i Over West Florida Steam-Bakery. .C..., T&k..UUCAnVE' BROS, Quinine Tab- C.' R. JOHNSON, Prop. Rugs at week
i Ie\&. DnMKfaiM rttfund mosey If it falls Co.'s. Fin
to cor*. wVGBOVa'S; signature 1> on -2ttS. Palafox. &Reese .
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PAGE FOUR THE SACO'L-; _JOURNAL. TUESDAY .MORNING. ,NOY'EMBEIl:2O, ,: 906.r ..

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I -' p----A-. element-. Whaay fr!jf mr.---you.-colonel--;;;;'-;. to a I m.HHHi..i. ml I: H >>-. t

man who swears he hath seen fishes fIRST flOOR
l Jenjamla ALL SORTS. SOCIALIST MEMBER 4 STAVE PRESS ON OF f
) Joutmdl' i fly"In 1 should the air.say sir" ,''returned the sea OF THE NEXT HOUSE.off'l I'. NATIONAL POLITICS. **

aa-- BH ................ soldier simply, that the man had sail- : g .

-- ed in Southern For when your RhH "'" ,
-
Sing merrily, sing cheerily, seas.
DAILY, WEEKLY. SUNDAY. Come sing 'a roundelay majesty's business carried me thither "All By His Lonesome." Time to Shave. ','. THE BlOUNl

And thank your lucky stars that, you of late I did frequently observemo I The next legislature will have :,a Now that he was elected Governor-

1"' PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Did. pull tnrongh yesterday. flying fish In one hour 'than the hairsof socialist In the house. His name Is elect Hughes can shave.ApalachlcolaTimes.
-Paul Cook. my head in number. I Manatee I .
';. ...BY... His majesty glanced narrowly: at Pettigrew, he comes from John A. --
where he defeated
Comparisons.A the colonel's frank weatherbeatenface. ; county Insures hjs Election. ,
Socialist I 'BUIlOlN
; THE JOURNAL COMPANY New York lawyer was cross-ques- Then with a laugh he turned to I Graham. the democratic will caucus nominee."all by Bill Bryan is 'still In the ring."* To '
Pettigrew '
wwwwwvfl----- jwwj tioning a negro witness in one of the the secretary. New Enter- relieve any anxiety he may feelthe
Justice courts not long ago says the -'Mr. Pepsy,* said he 'from the his lonesome. -Madisou News assures- him its-support in
j FRAN L. MAYES. P..ld.nt anll G.neral ,Mana.r classof I.I prise. ,
Philadelphia Press and was getting very nature of their calling no case ne decldestqrnngor-president-
-- along fainy well until he asked the have so wide a News. .'
our sUbjects can ". Monxtcello
Told You So. Be
witness what his occupation and landi a? the Will ; Completed
MEMBER THE. ASOC'ATED RESS. was. knowledge of seas I In Manatee the democratic legislative and
Tse a carpenter, saii""What officers and men of our loyal natitlme nominee Hon. John A. Graham.was Mudd in Maryland G, O. P. ;
:; kind of a carpenter regiment. Henceforth 'el'! ever we his socialist opponent Maryland has elected to congressa ReadyJ For Occupancy
defeated
SUBUCRIPTION RATES They calls me a jack-leg carpenter cast doubts upon 'a tale that hcketh 1 by Florida Sun republican named Hudd. Well

0'Ie' Year .. .. ..........'5 00 One Month .. .. ... ... .. .5 sahr"That likelihood we will first tell it to the :!' As result the"I so" what's the difference; they're all ,mud \/ -By January 1.
: Six Months. .. ..'. .. .. 2 6& One Week.. .. .. .. ... '.. '10 is a Jack-leg carpenter?" marines."' man Is'wearing that told off.-Palatka you 1''in. the hands of the trusts (when they
Three ontu.. .. .. .: 1 25' Weekly Edition: per year.1 fO "He is a carpenter who is not a I smile, and It ,won't come get there--Milton Star. '
first-class carpenter sah." Some Queers Tastes. Times-Herald. .
-Well,,explain fully what you under- "There are some queer tastes seen, Sick.---- I I Wouldh't Satisfy Lamar. :The ,ground floor of the handsoct:

The Only Pensacola .w.pap.r F..... Wlalch a Detailed stand a jack-leg carpenter to be," insisted by waiters. You know the predilection Democracy If we are 'to judge from the, state Congressman Griggs says that John new Blount. "building now under

; Circulation Statement Can Be Secnred. toe lawyer. of school girls for' cake ,and I papers Mantee county has heaped upon ; Sharp Williams is the right man for 1 course of construction will be coa-

"Boss, I declare I dunno how to pickles. Well. I have seen that herself in the election of a social- the democrats to nominate for the pleted and ready for
'splain any mo' 'cept to say hit am beaten often," said a Broadway I burden thatit presidency. We judge by this that 1 occupancy tj
lot to the legislature, a
Jec the same diffunce 'twlxt ander waiter. I Mr. Griggs has concluded that Hearst January 1. This statement has bee:
,: PhoaUSIthflOthC.IOO. {EdhortaI Poems 38 f. I Papers on Sat. on Trains first-class lawyer." you "I've got .customer who puts sugar I I shake will off.be many We can't years believe before that she it can Is' has lost out for keeps.-Apalachicola made to the the contractor agents of the bi? buIldIng -
by
II and
end at'.U News Stands. on white potatoes. Sugar on tomatoes : .Times. while tht
la the smoker of' a pullman a few and cantaloupe is pretty bad, but I!this bad, but we must admit ttat the i iI j I _- upper floors devoted exclusive!?

days ago several enthusiastic citizensof sugar on potatoes-ugh! democracy of this county is sick nigh This Was Unkind. I to offices, will not be ready on the

Offlces-Jou..nal Bulldlng-Co..n. Intend-nola and DeLuna 5t5.t Atlanta were telling of the wonders "A lady customer a corset maker unto death.-Manatee Record. I The joy of the alleged Democratic same date it is anticipated that tier

r accomplished by that city when one melts a lump of butter In her cup of I One., I.I but more properly plutocratic organs will be completed shortly afterwardt

t remarked, that if Atlanta had New tea. Could you go that? Only Only democratic nominee so over the defeat of the Democratic The work on the building is cow
PEXSACOLA. FLORIDA TUESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 20, 1906. York's water frontage she would "A pugilist puts vinegrr on all his I far one have noticed, was defeated ticket In New York Is what Bro. Dodd progressing very satisfactorily and
( as we
:' make as great a city as 'New York.A meats and vegetables-vinegar on' .would describe .as "ghoulish.-Monti- has been since material in sufficient
I In the recent'election in the state.
New Yorker near by let go the un- everything except his dessert. This Is |, cello News. quantities was secured and it 13 not
(: /: The Pensacola department has any such right We kind suggestion that if Atlanta would not because he wants to reduce his John A. Graham. democratic from candidatefor Manatee thought that there will be any delay
the
t do'not believe that any federal authority run pipes from Atlanta to the sea weight; it is because he likes the legislature An All-round Talker. In the completion of the sky-scraper
j I Train Will Stay On. has any right to ,Interfere In and could suck as well as she could taste. county, was beaten by the'socialist Mr. Bryan has dropped politics for The first floor has been rented, and

;. { It will be gratifying information to any respect with the schools whichare blow she would soon have all the I l I "Of course I have lots of customers -I candidate.bitter enemies Mr. Graham wao Gid had heavy some the time being and the last heard those who are to occupy stores then

Pensacola business men and West water necessary. After the laugh, who drink sour milk and eat high very from was addressing a Presbyterian have ordered their fixtures rushed m
supported by states i iu
work which resulted
or municipali- against him
the conversation changed.Pat"bo' convention in Indianapolis. The ver- order that they arrive
may
Floridians and here
generally that the PensacolaJacksonville The game cheese-customers for abe
Journal's Sunday edition his defeat Marianna Times Courier.
was l -
? night train is to be whom we ripen milk and cheese and. satility of our great democrat Is equalto Installed before the first of the
commented upon as one of the best goes there? I I birds I all demands. He can talk as well About fifty
till the aroma of our cellar A Lonely Fellow.- year. per cent of the
r continued. ,
regular Sunday editions the, paper has Answer-officer of..the _day! : would cause a turkey buzzard to I Mr. John A. Graham, the regular on religion as: politics.-Live Oak offices have also been rented, including
As a result of the efforts of the Pen- rat-tnen pnwat tne ami are yez
ever issued. It the all of quaiL Democrat all of the seventh floor which win
gave public state
democratic
nominee for
the. senate
doing out there at night?-Philadelphia I
eacola Chamber of Commerce and I
;: I the news, served up In reliable, at- Inquirer.In I "I have never seen any ona put in Manatee was defeated by the be occupied exclusively by attorneysof
/ I Stand-Patters.
Retired Some
: the United Commercial Travelers, the the city.,
tractive style. That is what the public sugar on oysters, but I have seen sev. socialist nominee. For the regular.
;, i railroads have reconsidered their Intention wants summer time, with peekaboos, eral persons sugar their llsh.Xev democratic,nominee to be defeatedfor In gaining a few members of con-
nowadays, and what it long DRESS HINTS.
to discontinue this train and She was the actual stuff; York Press. an office in Florida has. not occurred -gress the democrats have retired. a
since came to expect from The Jour I' few of the most blatant stand patters,
And when winter she in
announcement is made that it will be now dawns, is before many years. So-
i continued nal. Delightful in her muff. M cialists the Florida legislature will like McCleary of Minnesota Lacey of The ''rule for frilling a one and a
as usual. Baltimore Sun. !indeed, be a rare avis.-Ocala Bail- Iowa and Landis of Indiana. Uncle quarter the length of the edge te be
The Journal feels sure that this de- The list of marrlageble officials In: GOVERNOR BROWARD ner.: Joe will have to ,pick out some new trimmed.

t .iatiion of the L. & N. and the Seaboard the State house at Tallahassee is Thought She Was Flirting. "'" ON STATE FAJRS. I' lieutenants.-Tampa Times., Gathers should always be set on the

Air 'Ulle111 not be regretted by growing smaller. Last spring the at-. He was a dapper little fellow, though .s.:t iff.: t-f;.Y r.4h.*. Claude Should be Satisfied. Democratic Indians. right side, but never with a needle; mea

these roads, but that this train will torney-general 'and the governor's private -I'mayhap a nearsighted, and per- I Well venture to assert that Claude large pin.
haps a little vain, the Kansas I Press dispatches from Oklahoma
) continue to prove a paying one. The secretary were dropped from the 'City says Much is being said about Governor I/Engle was about the happiest and all the Indians If the material just under the neck.
Star. He and an equally dapper I|''the' say that practically
: Journal is also satisfied that if the list and now the supreme court clerk friend had stopped on a corner on the Broward and the,manly fight he made,,week.most Happy miserable because in of all the Florida defeat last of!!voted the. straight Democratic ticketin band at the back has become-worn la-

: roads will convert this train into a follows them. Must be something in East Side to wait for a car. for the adoption of the drainage.,John A. Graham legislative candidate' the recent election. We always sert a tiny yoke or chemisette cad of

;' regular passenger train and "Ah," he breathed suddenly, with a amendments and he is deserving of all thought our forefathers made a all over lace.
run a the atmosphere over there. The two the in' Manatee county and miserable be- i
pretty bouquets the editors I
I faster schedule it will prove a rtill) former married Tallahassee girls self-satisfied smile and directed his throwing at him. If Governor' Brow are!I causa of the defeat of the drainageamendment. I serious blunder in killing off the redmen. In sewing a seam put the stitches
friends attention Zolfo Advertiser.Pat .
across the street Claude closely together, but lightly into to
more
the whole
& profitable one. while the latter ard Is a scheming politician he has on ,
t At rate the married a Kentuckygirl where in a second-story window stooda one trait that I{I should be I''tttyell satisfied with'results cloth, being careful not to poll the
any be
: public which Is can not attributed to I in the 'Way.
who the young girl evidently waving !
spent in something
past year the I. ,-:Madison New thread this the
; all Enterprise tight, as causes scam u
politicians- that it he
served this and
f by train is to be congratulated capital city. at him. always I' It is now declared that the New
i < upon the prospect of its contin- "We've made a hit Charlie-one of takes a decided stand on every public -, Caused"' Bitter York state committee has no right or draw.
t I us," he said. "It is too to lose. question. When he enters a fight by L'Engle's FightIn fire Pat McCarren- does When cutting out sleeves to avoid the
to
J uance. even if no hope Is yet held out John L. Sullivan attraction easy power
: was an
he does Florida break the
in
so vigorously and with all the only
We won't let the poor thing suffer. I not matter about the right or ,the disaster of cutting both for the same
: for
I its improvement. at the Tampa fair last week and it Ill wave back at her." the vim and energy at his command.At democratic column occurred in Manatee power. If Pat isn't fired there won'tbe arm fold the material either face t,

.I Lee county medicos have "spoken i jIs to: be hoped he gave some good And he did. the banquet in Tampa a few nights'socialist:i county. 'That county elected -I enough democratic party In Brook- face or back to back. Place the pat

; out In pointers to'the editors while they The girl waved again then Char- ago he expressed freely his views on II as its representative In the lyn by next election to furnish a contingent tern on it and cut both together.To .
meeting" against the shysters't state fairs A. J.
and [ Pettigrew
I expositions and it was IlegiSlature. defeating
ley took a try. of the election boards.-
were' half.
there., .The, Suwanee News and put on the tape that holds the
In
their profession just such the democratic ,
will
as be seen by But sudenly there began a, curious an expression as one would nominee -
the following resolutions recently I Lake City Index editors Claude and swift monotony in the girl's move- expect from Florida's< big governor. by a majority of between 40 and Tampa limes. blouse in position around the waist sty

t passed by the Lee County Medical L'Engle, and those Miami editors who ments. The young men recognized it Among other things he said: I 50. The fight however, was not on New York Doubtful State. up the shoulder and underarm seams.

Society: have been wrangling about Mian"'s then and "took a tumble." "I hope that''the- time will come party''lines. A' titter personal fight New York Is.a_ doubtful state. If slip It on and tie the tape around the

f morals, no- doubt secured valuable In- The girl was merely wiping the win- when evefjf man will stand up and, was made on Graham because of the Republicans expect to carry it In waist, pinning it at the right place: Lathe
I Resolved. That this society, acting formation dow with a cloth."I determine for himself his position on charges 'preferred against him by the 1908 they must name as their candi- center of the back.
r: under the State Medical Association, from the big pugilist every, public questi n. This is a duty I I Tallahassee Sun Claud L'Engle's date a man like Roosevelt,.one familiar 1'.. n.i.

;f.. ,, present to the grand jury for Investgation !- always try to practice charity," I mat every citizen,.owes to tne state !newspaper.-West Palm Beach Sun. with his policy and ready to carry J Some women 'pride' -themselves vya

,- the name of any person prac4 Florida: offers many attractions for said Miss Passay. "My motto is: and to himself. it out No platitudinous statesman the fact that their-beds are never
tidng medicine in Lee county con-,the fun-lovers and sight-seers duringthe 'Do unto all men as you. would. have "The Jamestown exposition is a Little Harm Done. meets the requirements of the hour.- v&
unmade that before down b
trary to the laws regulating the' prac-|"' year. DeFuniak opens the season them do unto you.'" great expositor and it Is right. and John A. Graham democratic nom- Sanford Chronicle. breakfast they go
t: tice of medicine'In the State of "Gracious!" exclaimed Miss Pert just ,that Florida.should be present inee for representative from Manatee it la Immaculately reinad*
.with
Florida. the West' Florida' Fair, Jactson- "you don't really kiss them, do you?" there. I have heard Mr. Brown's county was defeated In last Tuesday's Blow Below ,the Belt with Its French bolster and Its starched .

t i Resolved. That the members of the villa follows with her Carnival, Tampa plans for .the first"time and I trust election by A. J. Pettigrew socialist. Say what you please about it, do shams and Its Interior alas, stU

Lee County :Medical Society shall not' with the State Fair Pensacola A Growl. i that they are the'most feasible and While.all good democrats will regret what you please about it. In the'elec- warm. It may be a radiant piece of

-} consult with any physicians who cornel I with her Mardi Gras In February, and It's don't do this ,and don't do that. I most..practicable on such, an occasion. that a socialist is to occupy a seat in tion of Mr. Charles E. Hughes as gov- furniture, but all the same it Is a

;, Ito Lee county and who are not legally!"j Miami with her mid-summer jubilee Until this life seems tame and flat. I At any rate,'$'1oria should be repre- the next state legislature Mr. Graham ernor of New York. the most despicable fusty, unhealthy sleeping place. See hIt
t- aualifled to practice medicine under,I Perhaps we'll find before we're through sented there and well represent/d. I will receive little sympathy In his defeat ,methods ever before restarted to that every part of your bed Is thor-
the laws of the State of Florida. t lin July.auau. A few small things that we can do. I trust that the members of the legislature Mend his stamp are not needed -in an election 'in the United ,States, ouzbly aired before belnz remade.

I .I 'rrnn"'n" 11.___ 6_ L_ ._____ And then no doubt we'll vow that as well as all of the members in ,the councils of our law-making triumphed. To that factor we repeat
National Treaties i *aace- ''' imes:: lu ue Known as they of the State Press Association, and I body, and his socialist substitute will Mr. Hughes owes his election. That Great Brltala' 5L.4..f.ILltaInIaU

the city of seven hills and to boast Are worth doing, any way. every newspaper man not a memberof find it a hard matter to get any of the fact is so plain and palpable that it Is a condition which las

(; and State's Rights. that it is "like Rome of old." but they, -Paul Cook. it, will do everything possible to I irridescent dreams of his impossible can not be glossed over by any much to do with oar health. A wet Ls-;

' f I A new question, of state's rights I should do away with sentiment and I see that Florida has an appropriate ,party enacted into law. So on the amount of frills flounces and suble- trict with a good deal of subsoil water,
: has The professional humorist was having exhibit at the Jamestown exposition."In :I whole, probably very little harm has ties of the language the flowers of making houses damp, is a locality an
come up In connection with the extend their corporate limits over cne! his shoes shined. regard to the state fair, I feel I been done.-Kissimmee Valley Ga- rhetoric, of the ornaments of 'speech. which rheumatism and consumption

f Japanese-San Francisco school con- more hill and take in the governor's I "And is your father'a bootblack confident that the state will be repaid zeete. It was a blow below the belt-the are likely to prevail. Over EngIanI

I troversy that is not only something mansion. It Is proper to say the goveruor's -too?" he asked" the boy. many times the $15,000 that the state Resin sandbag of the footpad.-ocala Ban and Wales the average yearly raiDtI: :
"No, sir, replied the bootblack; has appropriated for the of I I Market HighestEver. I
success
unusual but ner.
that promises, If Japan'sposition mansion .Is in "Leon county." "my' father is a farmer." the exhibition. It Is not as though the The market report yesterday show! la about thirty-four inches, in BcotlaaJit

,: Is sustained, to produce the Gainesville is to have electric "Ah!" said the professional humorist state were paying the money away I ed the highest price ever paid for W.: Sticks to Bailey. reaches forty-six lathes and In Ire

most serious complications. an reaching for his notebook. "He for all time It comes back to our !W. rosin. The record for high prices The Live Oak Democrat objects to land about thirty-eight; Inches. FossI-1\

> |I. The San Francisco school authorities -I street railway from her business district believes in making hay while the son people immediately In prizes and premiums .I on this grade of rosin was broken I Joe Bailey "because of the large fees bly the wettest parts of Britain are la

have prohibited Japanese chil to the University grounds. This shines.-Topeka. Kansas Journal. and no state can count that about a month ago when it reached I he has been receiving In private." Cumberland, where the rainfall nay:

Tt: dren from :will enable the Gainesville girls to money lost wnich Is returned to its,six dollars a barrel but the quotation Why receive them In public? Does attain 150; inches per year. One incb of
attending the white Rode The Elk. '
schools
) :take In 'dress parade every afternoon private citizens, and which at the of I yesterday smashes all previous our contemporary insist on a public rain on one acre of ground DBMS A
that city I II My father 'bout a week ago
t- Jla and have assigned them records. The exceptionally high rise
:and get home in time for same time serves to advertise to the subscription in every case.-Times- hundred tons of water.-London GrtbIc. -
supper. Decided he would be
I to the schools set apart for the world the marvelous resources of sucha on,this grade of rosin was caused bya Union. .
r T Chinese. Japan has taken umbrageat Good fellowship reigned supreme A Elk, and so he says one nightTo commonwealth as Florida. I am shortage in the supply and will likely Oh, no, we didn't object- to Joe _
mother and to me:
i this action and has appealed to I among the editors at the Tampa fair "I think 111 let 'em put me throughAt a builder and have always been so. hold for some: time. Bailey, at ail; we were defending him BerU.....
I would rather live one year and and insisting that because he received *
for
Leave children
the accumulated
i state department at Washington last week. Even. Jacksonville conceded lodge tomorrow night. I an
build all Lhat time than to live fora large fees In private practice
to compel the San thatTampa tue best My mother simply smiled at him. Daadns GymBarties.What tune of memories and Inspirations ail
was
Francisco to
t j authorities place century and tear down what some as a lawyer he was'not for that reasonto
.' |, to admit the Japanese to the hold, iue state fair. An then she says, "all right"I one else had built "up. Is the matter with turning your be considered less' the' enemy of examples and hopes so feat they are
; I physical culture exercises into a dance rich In brain and heart a&3 Qool aDd
white schools without discrimination. to "Let us bend our entire energies corporate monopolies In his public
In reply Secretary Root has senta Albert' Williamson. of the Jacksonville Next night when Pop- come home toward the upbuilding of Florida, It won't seem so much like bard work. I life. We believe In Joe Bailey; he is service. Then If you happei 1' frT&

Floridian is still taking long bed gentlemen, and the state will benefit Try this little dance drHl, which very human but he's honest able them a fortune besides If they b*" >U

representative of his department to shots at the governor. He ought to He A hollered awful dream"whoa he there had. Billy whoa" greatly thereby." Brings into play nearly every muscle lathe zealous and courageous. Live Oak the** the fortune will be shorn <4 I K*
: assist the San '
Francisco
Japanese in bad. body In Its proper harmonious relationship Democrat possibilities of erO "and win eC3ae
tell his brethren what the "f He had the nightmare .
their legal fignt to gain admission to the out" was about. Iling An' then he sung out "member, boys to eery other.It an Instrument of higher sad

'White schools and has also announced I That I'm a married man," Spring H tB. Is taken to waltz time: Start with Alicia* far a a ,r.."."... good-U. J. Savaja.

:;that he thinks the action of the Sane Miami has recently voted againstan Says he "Now I ain't very' strong Low crowns are the feature of sB the good standing position, hands on shoulders If yon have been asked to a weddingand A Rational Beerestto Da,..

j Francisco school authorltJes is a violation extension of her city limits. Possi-- Be careful if you can.* Easter Importations, with height given and elbows In a line with them, an unexpected guest arrives a dayor Success Magazine for July augtail

I''j of our treaty with Japan. bly they think like Tallahasseeans, only by the fancied turning. None is chest well up and out head held easily. two before It is perfectly good taste a national "recreation day" to occur
j Now the Mom woke him up and told him ''hatHe'd' tipped to such absurd angles as were with eyes looking straight ahead. to call ou the family of the bride and each year about May 30 the present
question comes as to that the city has all it can well take bout
> up been a'talking the winter bats while leghorn straws Now, on 1, slide the right foot diagonally ask for permission to bring her along. Memorial day to fall hereafter upon
g whether or not the federal authorij care of. At breakfast I says "Whoa there, appear at present in all the new spring ] to the right bending the left But it would be the worst taste In the Sunday. In view of the departure of

j ties have any right to interfere with -- ------ Billy""All colors. knee; 2, slide it back In a straightline world to friend original purpose '
aVow to Memorial
ties. The South would certainly not right" I says, "but I ain't very yonr send a day from Its
: the control of state or Mllans and straws togetbet till the heel of the right foot is directly and
municipal tolerate any such interference and we I strong" chip gift. The sending of a gift!la the token of remembrance of the dead

'1 schools and whether they can make do not believe that,California or San It made him gasp for breath, With'satin braid and tuscan appear Ix In front of the toe of the left at of friendship and should be confined to Its complete giving up to sport tM

l a treaty which Includes provisions II "Enough" yelled Pop., "You quit It er all the new shapes and as brilliantly the game time rising to the,tips of the friends. suggestion Is a very timely! one. *!'

1 I that are in violation of state or mu- Francisco will do so. I'll lambast you ter death." colored as the spring tulip beds. New toes; 3, sink still on the toes bend- -i.--. mortal day by falling always ttpoa!

< clcipal law when such law is not in An effort Is being made to organize Denver ,Post| ribbon trimmings! bare" single embroidered ing the knees as far as possible, which Tincture of BeuelB. Sunday vffl retain Its true van'
I -- roses upon their! black backs and position requires self control and You can make jour own tincture of On the other ban*
: violation of the constitution of the a state bar association In Florida andit It To The Marines. religious character.
Tell are used with charming effect upon a poise; :1, rise to ,full height on toes; benzoin if you wish, but It Is much that fa
strong
is I the spirit of sport Is 8')
< United States. deserving of success.A The saying"Tell It to the marines,
I black straw the embroidered flower 2, sink to a position; 3, arms at side., easier to purchase it of your druggist given up.t.
the author of the the early summer a day
If the state department has a right Is traced to Pepsy" appearing apparently separate from its This is one of the best exercises in I Take one. part of pulverised logical eab
I famous "Diary, and it is said by him ; benzol; outdoor recreation Is the
t
:: to Interfere with the school laws cf ribbon background. the whole category, and although It U and cover-it .
Stag sail a. Ladder. I to have originated with Charles II of with five parts of 86 de growth ef oar habits of life. Iti 11m.
San Francisco and California it would I Stories of v deer with rain barrels of England says the Chicago Chronicle.It a bit difficult and awkward to masten grees alcohol. Allow the mixture to 17 that thla suggestioa will meet W

> have the same right under similar water palls on their heads are common so befell)), as the' story goes, that Sew Silk-. J Its results amply Justify the time spentIn stand for eight! days, stirring occasionally ride approval

conditions, to interfere with the enough among Maine and Adirondack his lighthearted majesty. with an exceedingly Among the silks the radiums pongees Its practice.-Philadelphia Bulletin. thea fllttrins esrefuti: -

school laws of Pensacola and Florida. if guides; but It Is left for Europe to coma bored expression on his and\etectras! are well to the fore _ _-
If the state to the fore with a variant. Some huntsmen wrathy face, was strolling in the shade with figured crape de chine as the Rural; r.usxry.:
makea
department can
treatwith which near'Innsbruck came upon a stag with the Ingenious Mr. Pepys.' secretary leading novelty. This Innovation > "Can't we put bra JIJI : distance isle A k your doctor, "*iTut Is the first gre
Japan provides With a' ladder on its antlers. In spite to the admiralty. certainly fascinating, combining the phne for you Mr. Oatcaker askcJ RR Z health?" Niee doctors out of teD will 9uicki} !
for the at Dept.
entrance yester'en
of Japanese pupils of this handicap it madeoff at great "I had speech desired softness and delicacy In colonmg. the solicitor. U e tio1veJsrep1u." dooll
reply "Keep1h
"with the icap- ,
to the 'White schools of a. state or speed on seeing the man teaplag ford, of said Mr.Defyance.Pepsy. who hath? but The moderate priced shirt waist "\\" Ii.t 1 eplieJ tie old farmer *\ are about it uk bim another qwestIoD, "What
lue
: municipality it can make the same hedges and tain suit silks are also very pretty, and .!nn!) be l.if think'olATer's ?"
dashing through the undergrowth lately returned from ,the Indies: and I what yew ; ;'that Rl'h do you .Pills! for constiPation
;' kind of a treaty with Great Britlan, as if quite unimpeded: Iti mad: who told me the two mpst wonderful some of the value seem; really extraordinary. : I kin. U' e it r call up th cows of W, are willlni to trust him. Are you?

Venezuela, Cuba. o'r any other career was stopped, however when the things that ever I think I did hear in roJki! .t'e." irt ...... .111 Ira l W* eahiftkC-.l..l7ft'C.
country. ends of the ladder caught between two my nfe." Among the stories told t.l7u1.aof.a.'frsPe".4'-

'L If the state department under aI' trees. Its struggles were so frantic a* were of fish flying In the air "Fish ,
the approach of the huntsman's dog flying In the air!" exclaimed his
treaty with Japan. can force the ad- ,
that! It broke off part of Its antlers and, majesty. "Ho! ha a quaint conceIt..
I mission a Japanese subject to the I thus freed made good its The which 'twere too good to' spoil we
: white schools of San. Francisco it j escape. ho! .8ir""-*e turned
can. i ladder to keeping! What,
proved belong to farmer
a
t under similar conditions, force the ad- who had left it standing against one of and beckoned.the colonel raised Sir William maritime You Look Prematurely 0
of the newly ;
: : mission of one of Great Britian's negro his haystacks. While stealing the hay Kllligrew regiment on foot. who was following -

:L?; i( subjects to the white schools of the stag had evidently upset the lad in close conversation with the

: Pensacola. der which bad thus become fixed oa duke of York-"we would discourse

W. 'do .not believe that the state itt horns. __ with you on a matter touching yotr Because of those ugly, grizzly, gray hairs. Uso MLA CREOLE HAIR RESTORER. Price, SI.OO, retail.

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THE PENSACOLA: JOURNAL, TUESDAY NOVEMBER
MORNING
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jiiy'TROUBLES: .N101011.e=Od..04li k 040.9d4>hA44t-0 $........t.. i 'j. <
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I COTTONDSIE The Sr-.oerr.en. with.a Reputation A t, .
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(Increasing Among Women, Bat f,. '.. The .Edwin." 1 Clapp Jj ,r '
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Sufferers Need Not Despair PEOPLE AND EVENTS :: = .: i' :=-
'Special to The Journal. """;, Shoe for men-the Shoe 11 ::1 > ,

THE BEST ADVICE IS FREEOf Cottondale Nov. 19.-The.people of .: flint just a bit better I t- : i I

all the diseases known,with which and this saw community mill especially turpentine Z o = 'than the best. t > : ; I
men
are very much dis- ., '
the female organism is afflicted and statistic kidney turbed over the Intention of the L. & $6: 7 and $8: 'a pair. F :"_ '.'
fatal
Dta. is the most BY AURELIE' MAREAN BERNARD. N. Railroad Company to discontinue .1 :t t
thlsdkease is the increase .
that on \
ihow I the early'mornlng and night trains i i I.
!
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luiong women. J No. 669.Before 3 P. M. from Pensacola..
It will subject many
Telephone '

{No.. 38, After 3' ;. M. Surely to the day's.the very trip Louisville great to Pensacola inconvenience ana .rhd Nashville back.of awb i Meyer Shoe Co. i, : t' -I: :



Td people will take Into consideration the i -....... ;,' .- Feet Furnishers for Folks ..1 t" _t',
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convenience of their'patrons and re- "" l' i 1
cind their' order that will deprive us ': 102 S. PALAFOX STREET ;| ;.tI 'f,'
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LITTLE: EUNICE MASSEY of this train. I -, '

GIVES "JACK HORNER" PARTY. T/te Journal's Daily Fashion/ Feature The Atlanta and' St. Andrews Bay, I ,' '

!The following.'Invitation was re-, Railroad is pushing south rapidly. I f": i'}I ,
It :
celved last week by friends of the lit. They have rails laid one and a half I. { tI '
tle miles south of town, and + 'I
lady.
are now I
"Eunice Massey invites you to a working a good force of hands andit I
Jack Homer party, on the third anniversary will not be very.many weeks before; It'
of her birthday, Friday Nov. the people of the St Andrews Bay You Must Trust Your Druggistj 1\1j.j.\\ i;

16,About, from three two dozen to six happy o'clock.little" children J country whistle.It will.hear the sound of a railroad -: \

= Is reported that Alford and :Myers\ -
responded to the invitation, and
1
have purchased the There: are many things about a drug store that many years t : j ; ;
soon the house was gay with their 4tN splendid turpentine to learn ._ f ... 1 !

4frrE'mma.1aw er- merry doll-like laughter. Eunice the tiny teen location miles south at Compass of here, dire Pond<:tJy.eigh-on, It Is a druggist's business to know, and to know' surely and pod'i'i .: I Ii J .j s

daughter. Mr. and Mrs. the new railroad, from Thomas Bros. i lively, all-.abo1tt-the-drugs he sells. if i ;:
Unless early and correct treatment is John Massey acquited herself as.hos- &Co. Our business Is drugs and we claim to have thoroughly mastered .t r ; t i j ,
applied the patient seldom survives tess of the occasion in a very charming the details of this business.We i _: i
Cotton is still coming in and
our
the diseaseis fastened
I
when once upon manner. She was dressed in a are exerting every effort to the management of tills drug store ;
is still working on full time.
her. We believe Lydia E. Pinkham'fVegetable white frock with a pink sash and her gingery i as you would like to see one managed if you knew all about drugs. i 4'.. 1

Compound is chronic the most efficient sleeves were caught up. daintily with a Thanksgiving Poultry. Almost everyone would like to patronize a drug store where. they j if'' ".
treatment for i
kidney pink ribbonsThe I
know these conditions prevail. Many people'are sure they know of : '
troubles of women,and is the only med color scheme of the dining room Turkeys Ducks, Chickens etc., Ed.I i iI such a drug store. ;.I ;" '
icine especially prepared for this M. Pooley, Corner Chase and DeVil- i
was pink and white, and the I ii
dining J I To discover and get your confidence, when it comes to -a matte .
!
purpose.When table was arranged in a manner cal ambition. 'tj ,
is troubled with I of drugs. Is our, highest :t- :
painor .
woman
culated' to make glad the childish We trust t
'want you to us. j
in loins backache, I ?
frequent
weight urination heart In the 'center reposed an im- KITCHEN HELPS. This point gained we know we can depend on your drug points ; .
or scalding swellingof
painful limbs or feet swelling under the mence "Jack Homer"" pie. To each being supplied at our store. ;"t ._
eves an uneasy, tired feeling in the plate extended a ribbon of pink and Dry your saucepans before you put II Our rapidly increasing general business and especially the fact -;, ,---I-f t i

region of the kidneys or notices a white and each little guest was permitted them away. that our Prescription Department is showing remarkable gains. Is ; : I
sediment in the unne, she should to pull the string and solve ;r-! Coffee grounds kept In the sink I clear proof that an earnest honest Intelligent effort seldoms falls i '11 1 't.' 1
the mystery of what the package con "' to bring Its reward. { : ': ,
lose no time in commencing treatmentwith \_ strainer will catch grease and thus pre- r
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable tained. vent of the .t 1' {.
clogging pipes. J :
Compound, as it may be the means of I This pie was so fearfully and wonderfully A cloth dipped In boiling water, We have filled over 200,000 prescriptions since beginning business. I (. '
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her life. made that it would have made F ; I ;
saving For what Lydia E. Pink- Jack Homer's pie ashamed of itself, wrung out and placed over fish that r i': I II '

ham' Vegetable Compound did for Mrs for instead of just containing mere hII has been boiled will keep it warm for 'i ...t'f'I I

Sawyer. "plumbs," It had everything in it, quite a while. W. A. D'Alemberte !( t 1" A!

"I cannot express the tem 1e'suffering 1 which would afford pleasure to the Sprinkle a little crushed borax on a I ;
had to endure. A derangement of the female children. flannel cloth that has been wet In hot :f : !

organs developed nervous prostration and a 1tany'little tokens of remember- water and well soaped. This will .

serious\ kidney trouble. The doctor attendedme ance were received by the little hose brighten the copper like magic. Rinse Druggist and Apothecary : :'i
but I ,until j
for a year, kept getting worse tess whose guests were Herbert and l'
andpoUsh. .
1 was unable to do anythuiK.and I mad up!
my mimi I could not live. I ftnallydeddedt Edna Reidel Let* and Leslie Wllkins, The odor that clings so persistentlyto '

try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Dick and Alex Saunders. Marie and iTT a utensil In which fish or onions 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109 ; t t ::1:1I i ii if
aara last vesort, and I am to-day well Dorothy' Massey, Mary Abbie Burn- : i f
womanI cannot praise it toe highly,and J Lam, Emma' Loretta Steinmeyer, have been fried may be dispelled by I : f !-
tell every Buffering woman about:my case.Mrs .' HIlda Harris, Frank Bazzell Florida, placing In a hot oven for ten or fifteen j, "
Emma Sawyer, Conyers, Oa. I minutes after washing and drying. 1
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Wallace> John Olsen, Tom, Chris and i J
Mrs. Pinkham gives free advice ta lr I If a teaspoonful of concentrated lye
James Johnson, Almon Payne, Deona
women ; address in confidence, Lynn, Williams Hilda Grin: and Warren i t with a cupful of water be put In a ket- h. r:1:

Uau. .THo..."'.,."-, i ""I ;. tle whose contents have burned on the J. F DAVIS JEWELER I
= ""-'ik- I I I bottom and left to stand for a few ,

The following invitation has been hours there will be no trouble In removing Now In ft ;

GET thy COFFEE CO., received by the friends of the contracting : Lil,' "!1! tl the burned substance: New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St :' f I i i i.l

parties} in Pensacola and '. : : I; _'.... It.
H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. elsewhere: I\ -..- Ii :
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Roasters, Blenders and Shippers o! Mr. .and Mrs. W. T. Lewis { Jq
request the honor of your presenceat ,i DRESS HINTS.A THE NEXT'TIME

Fine CoffeesOUR
the -marriage of her sister, piece of soft flannel is better than you are-in Coe's book store, ask them to show you the 'it': ,
COFFEES ARE SOLD .BY ALL brush'for dust from silk.
Alice a removing
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GROCERS. GIVE THEM'A TRIAL to CHILD'S FROCK OF SERGE. Cut steel buttons may be polished Eaton-Hurlbut: fine correspondence stationery. For style J. fb'

Mr..'John Angus George, The sketch shows a useful frock for a- small girl., tale distinction or the with powdered pumice stone slightly and elegance, these goods are surpassed by none in the J.t.. : ,

on the evening,of model lying in the wide scalloped and embroidered French pique. Cuffs moistened and applied ivith. a soft market. When use Eaton-Hurlbut know i, 'J ;J( .f
Just Received. Wednesday;_ November the twenty. were worn to match the collar, tb 1,i set being buttoned on '$0., that, It. can brash or ?Ioth. you paper, you t '
Imported MacaronI "Sweet Ofl. Cheeses. eight, Nineteen Hundred and Six, easily be removed to be launder The little dress ,was of dark blue serge you are correct. < I i
MB! Pieties Saner Kraut. Mackerel, Cod A new silk petticoat can be made to 'f'r I I.
Fish. Pigs: Feet. Spanish- Onions. Pilot at half past eight o'clock. made with a double box plait in'U e'middle of the front and back and a single .
First Church, It belted in little below LTa last twice its usual length of time if .,. : ,f ; \
Bread. French Navy Bread. Everythingfresh Presbyterian box plait at each side of the front. was a 23 SOUTH / STRftT t 1
and new. Pensacola, Fla. waist with a strap of th& serge stitched and stiffened, and slipped., througha an'undemiffle of sateen be made and COE'S BOOK STORE BreIrt 8.,ldi.... ,...... 23SDEPOT !. 'to 1i
Witch Hazel. loCO per gallon. .-"" buckle. ,-r plated on the Inside of the silk flounceat ;_ .
Marine Grocery Company. I Miss Florentine Hoffman leaves this t 'the edge. t.t
V. J. VIDAL Manager.Just.Received. morning for Mobile where she ts rl
goes Remember in cutting out a bodice LOAN OFFICE. .t.tt
attend_ the -f,Steele-Arras: : :wedding She i Lewis sister of the bride, and iliss that all the portions which are liableto (l. ;ir !:
will be absent about .one week and Manning, the groom's sister. These
will visit Mrs. Arras and her uncle, i I young ladies were gowned in green I. GOULDING I stretch..,, such as sleeves, yokes and All kinds of repairing done on Watches, Clocks, tt 1 ;
collars-should be
Mr. Hoffman;', chiffon!: and entered the drawing room canon a lengthwise
w., < I carrying achains smilax.and hand fold of the material.. Guns, Pistols. Highest price paid for old gold. Moneyi;.rt'T} t
,
One barrelof Mr. and .Mrs. Samuel.Pasco Jr., re- some white chrysanthemums. 'The 'A short sleeve or a long sleeve wits) loaned on personal property. We handle all kinds of ,: i:

the famous. turned yesterday morning from their bride, arrayed in white lace over satin, Special*o The Journal. a fullness above the elbow is always both and second-hand. Don't t .
Jewelry new forgetTHE :
wedding-journey.w and carrying a bouquet of FomosD Goulding Nov. 19.-Mrs. TJ. T. Hart- more satisfactory when made over a to f.. .J

Mrs. BS,.Bernard ii.- and little son ferns, entered the chain of smilak on zog and daughter Miss Nettie, of Mobile tight fitting lining, as tM lining holds J E Clement WATCHHAKEH 1.}'"

HorehoundCough returned from Ocala' yesterday at the arm of the groom to the strainsof are visiting Mrs. E. I. Stokes.. the fullness in its proper ptee. 106 East Wright Street. :
the wedding march as rendered by They have also been visting' Mrs. Elvis 'irJ "
Mrs. Bernard's father. Dr. Ma-
noon. ,. To make a walking skirt the right L -= si .
Mrs. John T. Bradford. The house Morgan .Molino.

rean slighty who improved.his been critically- ill, Is iiS tastefully decorated with smilax, The social meeting which met with length-that is, Just 'to clear the :i n aE 1 kX'rf:': 1a ?rb :..} H $ i; "3' FfF F +iXi t 1 : .
I 1'1 and chrysanthemums; and there Mr. and Mrs. Von Werder proved to ground 'Without appearing too short- t 1i
Mrs. E.; Conlson? left,.last night fora many flora) pieces of great beau. be quite a success. Those in attend measure the person to be fitted from i } t' ;
DropsA visit to her daughter. Mrs. Jesse ty from the friends of the young bride. ance were Mr. and Mrs. Herrman andI. the waist line to the ground and then i +i I

Barfield, of .Louisville. Ky. She will The presents were numerous and Stokes and sister. Miss Nettie bf deduct ap inch and a half. I ; 1

be there two_'or three'; weeks, returning handsome, and attested the popularityof Mobile; Mr. and Mrs Cowan and chil- i +f<. : f ff

some time in December.The the young couple at home and dren; Mr. Alsup Mr. J. Budd. The CJtf.tt.ag DUb trten tls. -f{ : -
'W w abroad. Dr. and Mrs. Manning left next meeting will be with Mrs. Rey :
Useful utensils for the chafing dish I/
pleasant and inexpensive Thursday Afternoon Euchre on the afternoon train for Baltimore nolds. All left and reported having '
.Club, was entertained at its last meeting where they will spend the winter. enjoyed a most pleasant afternoon.Mr. are wooden spoon and a measuringcup i i
'cough remedy.
: by Mrs. W. Warfield. The meeting : Von Werder made a business of glass marked into halves, quar ec i'l I
Big'bagtforScents this week will' be with Mrs. Sidney Nothing equals the "Blue Ribbon trip to Pensacola Thursday. ters and thirds. A glass mug is more *.; ,

Greenwood. Flavor." Ask for Blue Ribbon Vanilla. Miss Pearl Herman was a pleasant of an ornament than a tin one. A f j i d :,

-i\. and Absolutely pure, goes twice as far.and visitor at Mrs. Stokes's Wednesday metal: tray; too is important-one that '. J-I't
Mrs. Dave Levy two children the""Blue Ribbon Flavor" is perfec I evening.Mr. Is large enough to hold not only the '. ( jo ,.. : :.

Vivian and" Manuel, havereturned tion. Ask for the 25c size.. : B. E. Whiddon was in our little chafing dish, but the spoons'salt, pep- t ,I .
from a two. week's.visit to friends and are -;
town Friday on business. mad for seasoning. The tray h t.r'
MISS PHILIP JEANETTE per etc,
Hou'rN'sTHE PHARMACY relatives ,in Mobile._ Mamie and Jimmie Gardner are at.
.
RESIGNS FROM CITY SERVICE. school at Brents. will prevent any danger of burning: er -- i :'1
T. S. Caro left yesterday at tending of the from
Captain from the beat lamp or -
Mrs. and Miss Pearl droveto ; :
Herrman tft
BIRTHPLACE PROMPT noon for Norfolk Va., where he goesas Brents Tuesday afternoon to visit alcohol that may be cpilled. Glass and t' '-. !;
DELIVERY.
a delegateto the meeting of the Miss Philip Jeanette, vmo has held friends.Mr. porcelain jars In numerous sizes and t tIf
American Bar Pilots Association. He the position of stenographer and as- useful for 11 ,' # }t
PHONE 1100. Martin visited: Mr. and Mrs. E. with tight covers are very .
will visit several cities before returnIng sistant city'clerk for a year or more, ;}: ,
L Stokes Sunday.Mr. the chafing dish closet. Very good .
home, including Baltimore and tendered her resignation to the mayor .j :;.
J. Budd visited his parents Sunday toast may be made over the chafing
Atlanta. last night to become effective immedi 1> '
... ..::\. ately. at the poor farm.Thanksgiving. dish. For this purpose a little wire I i it

'Mrs. Fred W. Dennis, Jr., and pret Miss Jeanette has been considering! toaster covered with an asbestus mat 1: : ,.
"The Best Is What We Sell" ty little daughter whQ have been for the step for some days, and in fact Poultry. is made either'with or without a han 'I ': 1 t.l f'

some time with relative in Shelby- had about made up her mind a week Turkeys Ducks Chickens, etc., Ed. dle., The toaster is placed on the frame ;*;: -

ville.nL: have returned to their homein since to leave the service of the city. M_ Pooley, Corner Chase and DeVil directly over the flame. :'. ; : 11, t
Pensacola.The Hers street, Pohne 113115novlw* ,-.. {
We Are. She was a very efficient steno,ra- ,.i. ; ,: 1
1''
""'nt. pher and assistant. to the city clerk, k ; .6..6 J ti _.- :. ,1
Jn :
Eczema In a Child. :,w .
d Milton H. .. ,
e.;;
wedding o{ >;e the Flour makes -" .. i ': .1 ;
and served
faithfully during Obelisk a
who is afflicted with ., '
Mabry Sr_ clerk of the Florida Supreme ( For a child .l 1
Sole AgentsFor period she held the position. home. It will find! nothing more y .i y ys
Court and Miss Washburn. at happy pleases every. eczema you .j,
the home of the bride's father In member of the family. soothing and harmless than this cos -1 tx ; "'' _

Louisville, Ky., says.the, Tampa, News ,...,. metic Jelly, which is inexpensive and TIle Cuter Unsla House Is now open for business Tix contractor .11'} ; ;
comes as a great surprise to Judge FORTY-ONE DEFENDANTSIN most easily made: Seven ounces of has put in the plate glass broken by the September storm and ramrod tee : '
The Celebrated MaT>!rys friends In this state. ;The THE RECORDER'S COURT rosewater> and thirty grains of gum scaffolding and boardS which obstructed our store and our Pianos can )f. 1 "t' r

marriage _occurredyesterday, only a POTATO CHIPS Forty-one cases were docketed for trasacanth: ; let Boat overnight, strain now be examined carefully t 1 I ,

few friends and relative _being pres- trial In the municipal court before through fine, muslin and add half an : We hay the .rg@St stock on han we ever carried, u our m&iar akl1t:1 'J ;
sent The'bride and groom left immediately Recorder Laney yesterday morning half an ounce of r; meats hare been continued and Uie pianos bare piled vp (in as-w. we go. It I ;
KOSHERSAUSAGE alcohol,
for-wedding tour throughthe Fresh and crisp.. Fine, Of this number eight cases were nol ounce 'of and a .pinch of boric acid. tag; to make prices to;move them. 'is 1.1 '::1! sd
southern states- before going to defendants discharged glycerin be ,d* tecl and set : ,
two tf Christmas
I grossed bodyof The Plano you are going ) buy far can .
Tallahassee, where' they will r.' lcre sweet-flavored! chips,top,_ fourcases continued and sentence suspended This may be applied to the entire axMe. Buy now and' nave $50 to $100. Term on best new 1907 vxxJeU f,.tj,
In the future. '_ in two cases.! the( child and when the skin b see and styles ta latest flnt h. J2S:: cash balance j Judge .Mabry has many friends for they're cooked in Among the defendant were a large rough: or the little face smarting from i A large discount for all cash. .i- i i !, ;

throughout the state. He is the I number of delinquent license payers, the wind It will be found the greatest Just think of it. a $(90 Piano lot J300. Come and see them. TheM prices f t

We have just receiveda father of-Mr G. 'E "''Mabry -of Tampa pure lard and just whose cases were nol prossed or sentence comfort ,_ ;k : will move them fast. 'I L t:

fresh who was recently married and Milton suspended upon payment of the ; A fw bargains ta give you an idea of the rem rDbl. cut w. are i 1l{
shipment of these H. Mabry. _Jrc His bride has an at- enough salt to matte amount due upon licenses which included making in prices on'l? h-grauJe, Pianos: ,k : t1f-

Goods and'they are'very. tract te; personality, which- won hera a penalty of 50 per cent of theoriginal ; One. Kranich k: Bach. large upright grand fanry >i'J"] :
fine. Some. large number -of friends'during her them' tasty. amount of the license. ; When new $550.' Used_ one_ year, JJZ5 for this special ; b; i
Try visit to Tallahassee last winter who i
Prunes fine REPORTEDA One new Cas .Piano, regular price US this tale 't,
are delighted to welcome her to her large and FISHERMEN There's "Go" ftprewalautcue.l ; t.-

Ring Bologna. .17j c IbViener new' home. STEAMER ASHORE. One small Maborany upright Packard regular price t 1
\ r plump, 10 cents a pound. t'' WS3. 4 ,:- 1
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\ Wurst ..17c IbRosenaiiSGerelds The- : home of' and Mrs. George Fishermen arriving In the city yesterday t. i ; '
Lewis in' :Tallassee last Thursday I reported the sighting of a m One new KranIch'A: Bach Mahogany case regular K 1
the Tallahassee True steamer ashore on the-gulf beach at a o. -if',
.
morning. says
twenty miles from the 'boll used two years, now $::.. t.4': :
Democrat was.the scene of festivityand point about One Jacob 3440( Piano. ] :;
happiness, uniting as- it did the mouth of the harbor. InGrapeNuts Firty other new Pianos Just unboxed to select! from. J '! J rti

youngest daughter of the house. Evelyn Sol Cahn &..Co i It Is believed that the vesseTreporteSTIs" t
Cameron to Dr_W. A. Manning, r the wreck" of the Italian ship i 'Clutter House [
THE FANCY GROCERS, of Virginia-iJi now;makes-bU homeIn Th. Puro Food Store. Vanloo which, went ashorethere aweek The, Music f
and which has had'r fopmast"carried -
Fla The marriage ago
Jacksonville,
'116 Southwest Career: Palates and Utudaada.: "away. The'men did not In the State.
SOUTH PALAFOX ST. ceremony took place'at:11:30 o'clock wreck and the THERE'S A'. REASON. i Largest and Oldest | ltt
the as
to ;
close in
reception at 1%. go :
f oJlQ5cedhya. ife
audjw&s Phony f 1180 weather was cVrady\ did not-obtain, a ,: _. ;
Phone 391'i The:bridesmaids were Misses Clyde QI.1tt ':' :;':;' :::, ,! 4""h"d..Y.: #;J l .

Rue) "and Clara Lewis.and:.Mary D. .t'Qotyte-v, t l.1- ,


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WANT Estate




.':;' '1 I 1 BARGAINS INI I Iii I FOR NOTHING SOMETHING? $650.00 S5O.OO Down .Safe- I PANAMA CITY I





:1 I $ n1lVestme1l1l1t
: HOMES : lOa Month.
I haven't got anything in that line..but
have some good things in the real estate -" FLORIDA
i line that represent more money thanSitwill Use a reasonable amount of f. i

ii take to buy them-In other words. sound judgment but put.jour > I
A two.,to", eight-room, modern dwelling on East Wright street, the nearest thing to getting something \
,F near Palafox .!................,.. ... ... ... ... ................$8000.00A nothing. Are you interested In some- money in property. i !I

<$> A splendid hall. i with i new fire, six-room place and cottage folding I on North doors Hill opening I with Into large the reception dining: thing that will Buys a nice .1 little 3 or 4- choice Our list locations of properties in all parts includes of the many city.

I f < > room. closet In every room butler's pantry china closet made PAY: YOU 14 PER .CENT? both for Investment and home purposes.Have
i" < > wall and a bath room elegantly furnished house screened a i room back and i NEW DEEP WATER PORT. RAILWAY TERMINAL i

lovely home all In first-class condition ..........................4900.00 $3350-Will buy six houses on the WestEnd cottage, houses ,or you business any Vacant property lots

Seven-room dwelling. excellent neighborhood on Eat Hill with a lot : that pay 8456 per year; and front galleries house has for sale?

", 110 by 150 feet stone walk around same stables etc ..........$4500.00 we have on these collected houses for more the than pactyear Somebody wants what you I i ON BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS BAY :

: A new. seven-room dwelling modern conveniences. on a corner lot 80 99V4 per cent of the rents due. been built two years and have and we have lightning .
by 137K' feet on East Gadsden street a comfortable and desirable $1100 cash and balance 7 per cent. I methods of finding that some- i
home/could not be duplicated for the money .....................$4000.00 i I body. If you have not triedus :
; : ,((1750 Will 4 houses the rents for $1.50 a week.Here's ask those who have. .
buy on East Hotel
: Six-room dwelling at Goulding fronting the railroad with 20 acres i Panama open, Saw and Planing Mill-ma :
? t of land ...................:.......................:................$250000 End that pay $270 a year. $650 II It does not cost anything to list your
cash and balance on long tlxnetEITHER the. opportunityto here. Cement Block Works here.
property with us.. Do It to. t chinery 1200-foot! !
c:: A new four-room and hall dwelling on East Strong street lot 60 by

'f : 137yz feet .........................................................$1500.00 i apply rent money to I day. i Wagon Wharf built. Bank and Store buildings :

.! A comfortable five-room cottage on North Barcelona street near carline OF THE ABOVE PIECES OF FOR SALE. Atlanta & St. Andrews
/ ........................... .............................$1500.00 little going up. Bay Ry. nearing
PROPERTY WILL PAY FOR the purchase of a I. :

;} = 'f THEMSELVES. Homes and Good Interest- the city. -




'. : I 1 HOOTON & WATSON i| LESLIE. E. BROOKSReal home.McDAVIDDYER. $1750. OUroom.story Bearing Property.on 60-foot lot f GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOOR !


THE RENTAL AGENTS East Wright street. .
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: CO.
Estate : Write or See

Real Estate. Insurance and Loans, Ii Iii $8 -For. 2-story, I-room dwelling, .. :.

Insurance. Agents New York also 4-room cottage both mod .
and

,. '1 No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. Life Inauranca Company. S conveniences of block on 9th and avenue.includes I THE PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY' i

Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox.A 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.,
........................... .. ...................... Phone 700. Pensacola. Fla.

sL., __ ___ ____ ______ _____ _ _ _ $2000.00 Ko. 1201 North Davis'street, lot ...................0.... ............................:
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t 60x125,.2 story with bath cheap.
1': HELP WANTED. WANTED. PERFECTLY SAFE AND. -


:o T.WANTEDIA1? :(C1-A pood cook at W A.\"TED-Posltlon at once as woodsman PROFITABLE -IN FOR SALE $3500 00-gets the 5 lots and 6-room cot I LOUISVILLE & ,NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY.Through .

IS East 'W'rigbt street. 20nov by a thorough, competent turpentine tage on northwest corner Reus
woodsman. Can manage any size and Cervantes. Buy and Improve and Local Time Tables Between,.Pensacola and Points North.
r \ .W A.. TED--l white boy to help in store place and can bring with me some hands. I this for good renting prop -
VESTMENT. -
and deliver packages. Apply with references -I Address Woodsman Care The JournaL erty.
' Store. 27I BEAD DOWN READ UP
: ;' at th* Bady-to-\\ 20nov
L \I South Falafox street. 20novlt : Trains No*. Tram Net.
.5 I WANTED-The prettiest girl in town to NICE COTTAGE ON 2 f 1

'W. ANTED-A good cook. Apply at once i ask her druggist for CHICLETS. $5000.00-Elegant little home on North 11:05pm 11:35ai .................. .........,........ iOQam' tie a
to Mrs. Carter. Navy Yard. 20novlw If you have any Idle money place Mt Hill all modern convenience. a G:30am 1Opm .................. ................. 9.3pmll! 1'I ,;a .i
Al'o"TED-Heirs and proof of heirship with us where it will earn you a good EASY TERMS. 11:45am: 9:10pm: Ar..:....... ......Blrmmgham..Lv l 4.0pm II ;
WANTED-Every. drug clerk to Induce of Phillip Townley and heirs of James dividend payable every three months. 7:2.ipm 3llamf Ar......-.....:......-.... ..........."........Lv *:4.amilii8:00pm ': I

his customers to try CHICLETS. I Weeks and heirs of the estate of Martin 3.2mm Lv.O.........._.....Ar 8:17am :2.elan
Grant. Apply 359 Brent Building. ISnovtf $4.500.DO1room.story., new 3:21am S.15am ..................
:., ; houser .................. 8:00am 9Ft:
WANTED white party or parties to 5-room cottage and three East Gadsden street cat 1:40am 3:10pm '.................. Louis.............. ..Lv 1:4" m 3"j'[ :
a boarding fcon e for ten ortwelvesaw WANTED-Some of line; also close to bayou. I7:50pml
run one who
mill laborer near Century. House care for and educate means will I Your money is as safe with us as if deposited of 0x132 feet. S7am ......,........... .................. I 3lam 2l-n
; free and goods at wholesale. Address J. years old. Apply Pearl Eagan bright Home boy. 14 In the Bank of England. We large lots on the corner :10am.. 8:30am( ................... .................. ((12:4..am ,:atp.! .,

I B.. Centnrj Jfla.: 16nov2w Mrs. Wm. Fisher. President. ISnov or have over been 25 in years.the Money and have Lending never businessfor lost. .a "F" and Intend iia streetsin 7Oamll:00n'n) Ar.........".......Clncinnati..................Lv ;l1.OQpm 6:001'11


WANTED-Position as stenographer or: dollar of our clients' money. ( the Maxent,tract The $l600.00.6room.story dwellIng. No. 910 BETWEEN PENSACOLA, MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS.
AND ROOMS. assistant bookkeeper and general office West 6th avenue. .
BOARD 6&7 -
work 2&3_ ._ 4&1 .
by young lady of experience. Address 3.0.2 1 4 5-fi

B. C., Care Journal. novlSU ground is rich .arid you can 7:OOamfll 05pmjll' :55am Lv..........Pensacola..........Ar I 5.00am4OO m' "'3'-"n
'": FOR.RENT-Two connecting rooms suitable We never allow our clients money to 10:45am 2.55am, 4:12pm6.00pm Ar............Mobile...........Lv ((12:40am\11:1 59am| :2 ?' '
: fo, Dght housekeeping. Apply WANTED Five hundred couples to attend remain idle. We pay interest on all 1 raise enough vegetables in L $1850.00-For south S houses on West and Jackson 7 lots fronting street, ) | 7:15a.m| 16pm Ar........ New Orleans........Lr I .15pm .. .. .i $-2 p,i"i i
phone 1225. 20nov the grand Thanksgiving ball on money placed in our hands from the date
Thursday. November 29. at C. K. of A. of its receipt up to the date of its with the garden on the place to -:1. rent $H.1300.00All FLOMATON. PENSACOLA RIVER JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE.
with of hall Barros' orchestra. ISnov drawal.
\ FOR RENT One room privilege ii5
r line. Gentle- Ir I 1 1a I Trains do not stop at stations I ..
bath; on North Hill car most for it. of Dally I"
YOUNG LADY pay Plenty DaIly >any lDallyI where time Is .
nan preferred. Address E. Care JournaL20novl stenographer wishes posi $ of block East :' no shown 1 Dallyf Dai1yDally. D" ..
tion in Pensacola or anywhere in West 117 King -----r-------------4 '.......... ..
w .. ..... 1:21 6:2
Florida or South Alabama. References room to raise chickens also. Tract 25 lots. ...... 11:00. 2:35 %:55 ......._.. .
First mortgages on real estate in this .... .Century. .._ .._.. 124-M 1:21 $:2......
{ A NICE furnished room to rent for gen- Address M. E. C.. Care JournaL 17novMANTED city bought and sold. ......1. 5:01 %:'1 3:05r ..........Bluff Springs .......... ll5 1:1",......
Will sell 5:172.51 '3:20{ ............ .
,. tlemen only. Apply to 226: North Spring Collection of rents is our specialty. on easy'Jerms. ...... : .McDavid12:2:1': 1)5() 8t'1'......
street ISnovlw -Position as Commissary Clerk :Monthly statements rendered our land $1500.00-Blocks 113 and 207. West .. 5:3: 3:04 .3:36 ......... ............ .12)8\) ( l:2 'lwl _....
and bookkeeper. Eight Yf'ars' experience lords.Fisher'. Tract King ...... 5:39...'.:11 ".'3.bOf ..............Molino _........_.... 'U:5i: \ 1:43 7:67.:......
ONE FURNISHED room for rent for best of references. Address P. O. $1200. ...... '.5:43 4:0 ..Quintette............. -11S112:3! ( .1Zt ......
light housekeeping. Phone 1102:, or apply -I I Box 55,, Freeport Fla. 14novlw ...... .6:57 5:53 '31 -:11 ...........COttage Sf51 ........_: '11:44 '12Z9 '7:341.; .....
room Z. 204& South Palafox. 17nov 3:24:15 .._......Cantonement.11:40
16 .....
WANTED suit of TO rooms RENT in-desirable Small cottage 'ota List your ''property with I : :::::: :6:01 6:03; :n: :n .:: ::::::: :Wi; .ff :7:28.iSlt..
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TWO UNFURNISHED rooms for rent locality L. S. Brown & ..... be :::: ; ::::::
furnished or unfurnished. F J. me. I, can sell it. Coo 6:15 '3:45 .4:40 ............. .
Apply 13 West Belmont street. 16nov Apply .OIlve.............. .11:2: '1:09 .7:151......
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Donovan Box 834, City. 8nov Real Estate Agency ':21 .3:51 04:48: ..........Brent.............. .-11.15 '12:04 ....
FCRNISHED ROOMS for rent at 212 ) 6:25 : ............ 'Z:09i
::::::. .t 12:01 .....
West Gregory street. ISnovlm BIDS will be received until November 4 Thi sen Bldg., Phone 918. .6:30 5:00 Ar:::::::::Pensacola..Lv : t l'11:5.5; ig/; :/: .

20. 190, for the removal of building COLLECTION OF RENTS A : -
FOR REKTD-Two furnished front rooms known as St. : No.2lj I
Anthony's hospital on Gar .
for rent; suitable for light housekeep den street from present location to cot SPECIALTY. "We ,Sell: Lots." PM I I I I ie

ing. Ui t oti1Jn.and bath. Phone ner of Garden and DeVillier streets J. W- Bullock ,Jr. 8:00.'Y: ......... .......... (
s6; 810 llnovlm Building to be set in place in new loca Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox S I. C. 5:20..I. ......, 7tl3 ............Boh@mla............ ...10:50... ..........'11:1.i
tion in as good condition as it now is. :; 7:15 ...........Gull .. 10: ;
FOR Pleasant : Point. .. ..... .. '
REJfT furnished :
sotrthem exposure- second floor. Corner room Alex Right Lischkoff.reserved to reject any or all bids. S Real Estate and M rtgage Loans: o. : .... .. ............Ynlt'stra............ .... ... '1"10-:; '!
TnovCONKEY'S I 1:18 ........... .. .
10th avenoa and 12th street. near East .Escambla. ....... .' : ....t( ,:
lIll4., { 1:? e. 11 nOT celebrated Roup MISCELLANEOUS. Room 302'Brent Building. FOR SALE. : :8:22..S: ,. 1:5: .- \ ............. "'10:1:1: ..1.1.', .;
Cure. Chol ..... .
era cure, lice and ..JIarp.............. ..... ... .1'' .,!
ROOMS FOB RENT mite killer as 'well *" 7: 5 .Galt City............ ...... .._".
Nhely furnished '
as an unexcelled i
front room in quiet neighborhood. Apply guaranteed, and a Egg splendid Producer.grade All of[ PHOTOGIL\PHS-Korm Satin postcards. Factory Gloss to photographers and i Phone'637., t FOR E=SALE Three-yeaf- Jersey :: .7:3S..... ..............Mllton............. 10:0:>>.... I" It
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cr'Wand .
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'203 JSdat-Churcn street. llnov2* wheat that will make your fowls lay. F. heifer calf. Can be ...... ...... Range. ..... .... ...... ...... 4;;
|8 thousand $1.20 gross prepaid seen at 1118 : 8:1ii ...
r03 .Holts.............. .... ...... ._.... .
FOR RENT One newly furnished room. S 334.MellenCo'... Pensacola. Fla. Phone Tnov Two dozen with Co. developt'riic. Norman r E. Strong street. 20novlw' .,:: ............ ........" 1:30: .. .............MWlgan............. .. ........ ....., t:13 s 5
.i Photo Paper Rochester N. Y. I : ......CrestTlew. (
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Bath and gas. 29 South Spring street I FOR SALE-One fine wan S :09...... .... .. : ...... ..... s 3
Case i:56 '
20nov7t() !! 25 feet .- .
--.Deer Land....
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llnov W.ANTED-Positlon I 3
as saw flier or su long 8 feet high with ribbon case 10 8: ..... ...... ':10 .!oIossy Hea!......... .
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perintendent, or mill foreman. by a C. M. Wilson Corner Gregory and Barcelona I feet long separate. Will make fine display '::16........... ..,g..DeFunlak 8:33 .I. 7 411o
BOARD AND ROOMS at No 200 Went competent man References furnished street, has opened a meat marketin ForSale. case for any kind of merchandise. '.30.. ..... .... 9:44..At: Springs..8:18..6. \ '.;

Roman street; good fare; $3.50 per Address J. W. Lasseter, Andalusia. Ala. connection with his grocery. Everything Apply to E. L. Reese 11 North Palafox.SOnovlm. 1:62......... -......9:57 ..........Ponee DeLeon......... ". ... ....... I

week. Mrs. Laura Gomes 8nov2w:! finovlm first-class. 18novlwMISS .............. : ............Weostvtlle............ 7:29..a .:11..,
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FOR RENT-Rooms with or without I Al'o"TED-To'' rent a house on North LEILA REESE has fresh cut flowers FOR SALE-Light fine healthy countryraised 10:4: ;>................ 1030; ... ...........Bonlfay............_. .1i ..... a :!
board. Men only. Apply 17 West La- ; Hill with 6 or 7 rooms; will lease for on hand. Orders taken for special turkeys worth $..50. but let goat :: %................ 10. 1. .............Chlpley............. : ...... s ,!
Rua St. 7novlm 'one year from date of December 1. Ad occasions. Phone 28:. ISnovlm 'I $1500-Buys six-room house on two dress Pensacola Investment I 11:43 ...... ...... .:21.. ..... ...... 4 :'
I Co. 3nov2t lots one block from car line. Molino Fla. 17novw'FCR 111 ...........COttondale......
TWO NICELY furnished rooms for rent, WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP_We on East Hill. This Is your I 1:10 ...... .........1l: ............Marianna_.. ..... .. .1' 8 4' '.
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with C? without board; pnvilege of bath WANTEIV-AH oppora ..... ...... .. ; ::: : :::::: :;
kinds
beer bottles. I pay are now in our new quarters, 214 E.Intendenc1a. tunity to get a nice home SALE-One new twin screw steam .12:44.: : .............Cypr .. I
and phone; convenient to car linn. Address lIe dozen. I hanoU.: all leading brands entrance also at 215 Romana. bargain. 0 I tug. 14 feet beam. 70 feet long. Now on 12:55...... ...... .11.5_... ..........Grand Ridge.88..4...... ... It
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1202: East Gadsden street. 27octlmo of winea. beers ana whiskies, and still and prepared to do everything in wagon the gulf coast Address L. W. Johnsort I 1.13.. ............. %. ......"".......Sneads......... .... r:
CNTURNTSHED manufacture that well-established cough and carriage building and repairing. E. $2100-For a new. modern sixroomhome I Lake City Fla. ISnovlw 1:30.. ............. 12:15 .........Rlvt'T Junction. ....' sooL.3: ..
THREE
ROOMS suit medicine Joe Roth corner Tarragonaand L. Herring. Phone 923:! ; City. 14ocC near car line, on East Cer- : O .............. Ar ..-.Jackaonvtile..: Lv 1
able for_ light housekeeping, with privilege Government Sts. lloct I antes. FOR SALEroom house. good location .k .__. ir ; :::: : ::::::! ,
; Of bath. Apply 222 West lielmont.28oct.
MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New tick best water in the city. A bargain. Ap !
WANTED-At once. a four or five-room furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Carpet $ 850-Gets a bargain in 10 lots one-half ply 9th avenue and 16th street. ISnovlm Trains 21 and 2t: and trains S and 3 carry through sleeping between
cottage. Must be close in and in good taken up and matting laid. Leave block. New City. An excellent investment cola and Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard car PenN-
Air
FOR RENT Newly furnIshed front room neighborhood. Address 123. Care other lots in FOR Line.
lour25sept- orders at Watson Parker Reese Co. L as same SALE-HI acres excellent pineappleand
in private family southern exposure nal. vicinity are at $100 to $125 land Trains stop on signal.
desirable neighborhood and Wesley Duncan. 7sept selling orange on Jupiter river; ex-
near business
each. )W1t_market; close to railroad,' three
renter. Use of bath gas and phone. TAILORING 7* DIamond Tailor. :rii
PORTER. sailmaker. 718 South miles irom ocean; some improvements:
Apply to 422 West Gregory or phone 135828octlm. Gent's clothing cleaned. pressed and repaired Palafox street. Orders taken for tents. healthy locality.: Address J. E. Benefield FOR SALE.FOR
:- on short notice. Ko 11% West awnings camp stools and house <<'OtA. Aycock. Fla. gnov FOR SALE.FOR
Government St.. Pensacola. Fla. .
reasonable.
l etc. Prices Sljan
,, NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for rent FOR SALE-At
Co YAIBGIEIR a bargain
paying FurnIture -
with or without board. Table WANTED. SALE-A fine tract
board. R. Bingham wants your SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlnzle Oerting business at 13S East Intendencia of land near SALE CHEAP Almost new Mel">',
-: Phone gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox.Zloctlm. moving and hauling.. He city. Part heavily timbered & Sons' piano In
handsome
guarantees & Co.. wholesale md retail ship chandlers street. Address Box 325, City. 8nov cleared. ; part rose i' I
f, all breakage. Phone 630. and grocers. Only first-class house Call phone 285; or address 1102 case. A bargain. Piano -an tra s" 1

FURNISHED ROOM for rent. Apply 301 of kind In city. Fair prices to all. 200 Thiesen Building. FOR SALE Six-ton schooner. 3$ feet East Gadedeiu 18novlmFOR by calling at the Kandy Kitchen/" '.
WANTED-The Merchants Transfer Co.
overall. 11 feet beam round
W. Chase street. 21oct wants your. moving and hauling. All MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Willie Phone 686. copper fastened tight and In good bottom condl- SALE-Fine FOR.SALE-A pottery works with straTi

. ,.1 breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thors, Mims. Proprietor. Furniture repairing tion, with good sail and gear. A bargain. trained. Price setter dog fairly well engine. steam drying room mo, -'.
I -- Proprietor. Phono 978.WANTED of all kinds. carpets laid. furniture King & Runyan. 4novFOR F. D. No. 1, Box reasonable.9. Address R. and everything complete for carryir-
Contonment
packed for shipping. Phone 63 Fla. business. together with the finest b*.. '(
: MONEY TO LOAN. -All kinds of electrical work. Next to Tampa landing. 22april SALE OR LEASE-6-room and hallcottage 18novlw pottery clay In Escambla county I I.
I sell
all kinds of electrical
batteriesand COLORED LODGE. with outbuildings cated right in the city. Apply to o, -

-UNLIMITED amount money to loan on need other me ring electrical 2S5 or supplies.955. E. W.When you H. ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet Corner 14th avenue and 15th street.attached rite FOR SALE Several new and secondhand dress R. P. Reese If.. f

all kinds personal property on short New Star Laundry Bldg. E. Garden.Peake Iron .Worker, cornice work and skylights I. O. S & D. of St. L J. M. S.. Care Journal or apply 313 East gasoline engines Cheap. ,Apply FOR SALE
notice. Terms easy. Get my rates before a specialty: roofing. guttering and Romana street. 4nov to Ed B. Banks phone 1377. 18noviw -10,000 acres round HI'-
going elsewhere. Star Loan Co.. 116Palafox. WANTED' -Second-hand sacks of an descriptions repairing. 109 East Government. opera Howard Council No. 1 and Bethlehem land, 12,500 saw mill! timber ar I *_.o;

i50utll 4novlm wanted. If out of town ship hou e building Phone 1319 and 560.. Council No. 2, Independent Orderof [FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-25.000 TREES-Shade, ornamental eral mill. 32-room hotel at a bargain .s. .\ -
good farms .
frnit
them to us: if in town. ring us at No B | brick, one 35-horse power engine 100 or trees and town pro' '
up Sons and Daughters of St. Luke of all kinds, also Write
t.:3000.00 to loan on good security. Pensa- 314: or bring them tot us at corner of feet 1-inch pipe. This engine jus. the ed and planted hedge plants furnish Gentry & Settertlad. CbJple:}. !ii
fo\a, Investment Company. SOoct Chase and Alcaniz Sts. F. S. Mellen & FOR ADOPTION.FOR meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday nightsof thing for a small saw mill. Address Box terms to suIt by S. D. Jackson, on ,'ft
Co. each month at their hall on Tarragona 103 Pensacola Fla. Sloctlm cwtomers Best references -
23juiy Address
S. D.
Jackson, FOR SALE ,
Ctt18novlw' -Driving .
5iCXNEY: 4 ":1'.1.
LOANED on real estate and between Intendencia and Ro mare .
personal property on short notice. ADOPTION-one orphan boy. 7 FOR SALE-One 60 IL P. Return Tub- gentle good traveler. Any iai .
.n-PrtTlS easy. J. W. Bullard. 28% South years old and one orphaut baby boy Sto mana streets. D. Howard. F. C. H.. lar boiler. 48 inches diameter 20 feet FOR SALE-Comforts, 85c each. drive her. C. K. Yae er. ::M T' 1

l'slaZox 8t- Phone 1144 HOTELS.BRIGGS months old. Will be given for adoption Rev. C. H. Jones Secy., No. 1 Frank long: complete with front and all accessories I half dozen store stools $:.00. Arply One-531 building. '>" '_':

responsible:parties. For particulars apply Scott F. C. H. Stella Damson, Secy., ; except smoke stack. Moore ,East Government or Phone 915. 1 .
;.1 CAiT LEND YOUR MONEY at eight Pearl Eagan Home, or Mrs. Wm. Ice Co.. Gardner and Uauresa Sts. movl w' FOR SALK and Immediate d, !;., ,-. on8
cent.-If you have any that Fisher President. ISnov No. 2 novl -lmpd 14novlwWRITE automatic tandem compo per youwant HOUSE 300 feet
west of
Interest on. see me about It It Union BAY HORSE FOR SALE-Good roadster. crank steam engine of abi.. t ;:." horsePower -

rUl be absolutely safe on real estate I I ""_Depot.... _.._...._...on._... Wright'""iI'-__, LlUU...__street__"_ ..U_;._.best..up__ ._location.... _L les_: Leslie E. rooks. -fin/win..._.& inches. and two return tniIar: DOllTS. .3
Leslie E. Brooks. diameter ii'feel ; For fll i
r security. Phone 462. tOe per day. 21octlm* "p by "ig
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particulars apply Stone & tt 'bster F.nol"
.I. ;,. .MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows BROWN HOUSE-DeFuniaK Springs. WANT FOR SALE-One horse. 402 North 9th Corporation. Box 830, Pen,a (II.&, 14n"v
YOUR AD HERE.Send Avenue.
Jno. A. Hall
from &
I money St. When In Co. 14H .Good beds. airy rooms. elegant meals: ISnovlw
ivernment need call
free bath and sample rooms. Special
attention to traveling men. Rates $%.00 PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The
per day. J. R Brown. Prop. Journal a magnificently illustrated FOR RENT.FOR .
WiAEANED on short all kinds notice.of per- it to The Journal office day or night. When you need help have magazine containing scores of views of
,I property on Terms HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the anythingto the city and harbor. For sale rt all
\\3 B. Gray& Co.. 2 W. Romana. year American and European! plan. book stores or at The Journal office RENT-A. P. Bingham has storage
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t )11165. Ifeb Special 'summer rates. First-class in sell, rent, exchange, or wish to purchase anything, try a want ad. They do the mail. 20 cents.WflR btJt By room for rent, suitable for furl ture

every respect. Pleasant and conven- or other goods. 134 And lOG South Tarragona
I 1ITED amount of money to loan ient. Mrs. T. L. Bowen. Prop.. Pena- work. ,' street. Phon C29.
1 kinds of personal property. Spe- cola. Fla. laapr -SALE-A barroom and aH flxhlres;
i'I .tes to business men on large and billiard tables, eta In a fine
, The New York Loan Co.' :0'% BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. European .'t' a bargain if sold at once.
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:: Palafox. Transient plan. Rooms light and clean. SIX ORDINARY: WORDS MAKE ONE. LINE. "III, City. J.sept Gulf Steamship Co.
I trade solicited. 675-571 South
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Palafox. Jos. S. Nlcolau. Prop.FOUND. .-.t"Oughbred pedii STEAMER TARPON.W. .
, .. ..' 310 and $15. 'Signj f G. BARROW. Muter.
LOST. (Tagdad, ,- Fla.'interest Jlnovtm FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER AND

- xwWS1'Lock FREIGHT SERVICE.
from watch fob. engraved In one of the -Between-
W C. M. Reward for return to 29 E. ,uses in South Alabama.
Garden street or 12 East Gadsden FOUND-Large reward of good health to .: g to devote more time I PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHICO'
street %()nov everybody who chews CHICLETS. eI. Can on or address W. LA CARRABELUE ST. AN
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: 'ala, Alan llnovlm DREWS MILLVILLE.And .

: IOST-One green parrot talks Spanish STRAY Co r and Calf. brindle. with white all points on St. Andrews Bay, Car-
I and English. $1000 face markL, crop and split In -I. ,ty acres land well
reward for return to right ear : !{ ({1 -Urnouse rabelle and Apaachicola.SCHEDULE.! .
:Vasso, corner Gregory and Palafox. owner may have same by paying for this 1H miles east'. of
.0- ISnovlw ad. ':26 East Gregory street. C. R. Olsen. _____ ,ress Jas. T. GereMs. P.'o. .
. t 1 8novlm ? t 9novlm Leaves Pensaeola Sunday S;39( p. ....
1- r I LOST. strayed or stolen-female setter p.... ::.- for Mobile Ala.

; puppy, about eight' months' old.. white "f-{ ';', irge furniture wagon and Leave Pensacola. Tuesday I:JO p. m,
I )Od
with blue ticks.litable condition. Fisher
reward for return Fur- for St. Andrews. MUlville, ApalachicoU.
I to \\'. A. Blount Jr. 17nov PERSONAL.WILL .SS and 140 East. Intenden- Carrabelle! and Intermediate points.

I liOST-Diamond brooch- pin; lost between the young lady who
T I Ha>'no. and Palafox. or on Palafox. Re- ish net for sale, 17_* ia1'ds COBB. President.
Indigestion. kindly try CHICLETS for E .R.
\" 'Ward for return to E. M. Wilson. 12nov4t h.r stomachs sake? and 5 cents a day,for each additional consecutive insertion. Send cash with th !-deep. .Apply-to B.,'_IC'Cac- General Frt. and Pass. Agt. Penaeala. '

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'CULINARYCONCEITS. (' 1
SHIPPING "NEWS ;
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Melted btttter WU1Uct. make good t ;

whiskeythe -- cake t PROFESSIONAL : :

Sailed Yesterday. A few drops** lemon-Jutee-make' It : '

best of Mercedes de -lArtinaga,;Br 63. for Gal- take frosting white. j Old
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eston.Lewlsham :
Br sa. for Montevideo. l/ULOUNF If oatmeal Is soaked overnight IB W. B. BARTON, i
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c5the: best VESSELS- IN PORT. T ROOFING the water time it requires to cook.,only about one-naff Attorney At Law. l.t. I '

t J -- Steamnups.Alfred .' Office -Fisher Buttling, Palafox street i '
.grain jrorgensen: 1288. the If eggs are to be boiled hard, have Will practice In an the state and Unite t : 1 1I '{
"fJt leH.Gifaa without giving house owner who .
St. Vincent to & Co the water bolling"when the eggs are States Courts. Twenty-three years' ex- ," .
tr \ f is none Camperdoron. Br ss. Alexandra, 1620, uses it a feeling of great satisfaction. put in it This will prevent the yoIk Quaker"Rye I pertenoe. I .t. .
Gulfport I
f to F. 0. Howe & Co. .
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WHY? Because he knows'that "Vul.unite' '
Conway. Br as. Prentice. 2578, Rio Ja- turning dark.Tomatoes I
/ too good zuero to rnasten' ; Roofing is the most perfect, and milk to be blended T. G. YATES M. D., ", I.
Helslngburs. Bwed es, Schrlel 1422 .
'\ t for' Huelva to Hyer Bros. economical and wearing roof protectionmade. must be brought to the same temperature Optician. :J', ,
\ 1oldjoe" ,
Rhodesian. Br as, Peck 2054. Carte- [That's Why and beaten together vigorously. f'l'
gent to Gulf Transit Co.
scrupulous old time WbJtfleld. Br as. Johns. 15SO.. West There is less liability of curdling. 306 Thiesen Building. k' ::

care; Hartlepool, to',Hyer Bros. Vulcanite Preparatory to frying, liver or veal Twenty )'Mrs' experIence aa an Eye i" .
>,distilling methods; expert I Ships. RoofingIs 'cover it for a minute, two with boilIng Specialist. Examination Ire*. t t. :'

.,ttention; proper age. re- Avanti.to order.Nor ship Anderson. 164S London UNIVERSALLY used. water... Pat dry with a clean towel is delightfully stimulating-no after C TheT1 s, I) 0 I sis.S5r6bTa1i I) : "' ; ; ,

Ferreira, Port ship Barros S06 Lisbonto :roll in flour and,fry (hi a covered pan) '
suit: aperfect whiskey/:- master. Old roofs can be covered quickly and brown- effect. ig L. C. PHILLIPS, Ph. }i
until
Canada. Br ship, Spurr. 2237.:! Rio
couldn bear look like "No about "
it an old Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co. new. speculation An appetizing breakfast dish is prepared Homeopathic. j i I i

: oe" label'if it wasn't.full to Harbinger master.' ,. Rus ship 1399,' Algoa Bay. "Vulcanite" in the following manner: Fry Fermented in cleanliness and perfect ':U PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.M.I': I :f. ) .

Ingrid. Nor ship. Dannell. 1260. Ant. Ask for the"House That Jack Bui't"Ton thin pieces of bacon a light brown but p> Office and Residence, 12 N. li.' r '.
to McK. & Co. Hours: to tt a. nv, 1 to 5 p. : r ,
werp Oertlng g '
measure-convenient package Lena. Ital ship. Tassara, 1581. Londonto can get It right here in towc. t cot crisp. Pla e two strips of baconon temperature-redistilled in 'copper- !)v Pn A4 w5. 'r I II

reasonable price sold everywhere order. each slice of toast lay in a pan .
Barks. break over each slice of toast an egg ripened for in charred oak. OOODODOQOOOQIOOOOOO ooooo'l IS 1 i I
Montevideo Afredo, TJrugnayan bk Maragas, 987 A. M. Avery Hardware Co. -and bake for a few minutes. years I I Frederick AusfeW. F. M. i :

"b & Swed to II bk H.. Svensen.ThorntomAtfhIld. 1332. Durban .. You won't be disappointed if you AUSFIELD & BLOUNT ; t '1

---' Andrea to master., Nor bk. Qnale lit, Durban to Florida and Alabama I insist it. \ Architects \\ '-t ..L;

master. on having 312-314 Brent BUg.. 43 Moaez.BIds. 1I SI '
b"I Baterlal For 1, 06 : .
Campbell ,Nor bk Hausken lIDO Eggs IB at ": -I I Pensacola Fla. Montgomery Ab '
Stavaager to McK. Oertlng & Co. LAND COMPANY German scientists announce that the Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co.. \

Fleetwood Cbacma to Nor ol'< er.bk Jorgensen 557 material for a, man :weighing 150 404-408 Fairfax St. and 2-10 Main St, I 6 I WM. A. BORMANS, :

I 1 to Hereford order. Nor bk, Jensen 1S80 Rosarlo Manufacturers of pounds can be found in the whites and Pensacola, Fla. Architect and Superintendent i 1 :

Heimdal. Nor bk. Henaen 13S4 Hull and Dealers In yolks of 1,200 ben egg Reduced to I Office--305Brent Building. UI,, -
"f UIfRS. 1E5TILi to order. LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. a fluid! the average man would yield : Phone 823. Pensacola, Fla. i ':.
11 Humberto.to order.Span., bk, 1111 Battle Havana (aLES "AND KILN.DRIED SAP. ,ninety-eight cubic meters of illuminating I I. 4(

TURPt8 Isabel Browne. Rus bk. Lindquist, 1231. gas and hydrogen enough to fill a DR. ALICE W. HERMAN \ U
", ,?: Hull to master. : F- 1-4 .
: balloon capable of lifting 155 pounds.Tbe I CHIROPODIST.
Kink Oscar U Nor bk. Johnson. 'IS!.
Room 301, Brent Building. 3d Floor. 'j-t. .
Rosario to A. Zelius. normal human body,bas in it the AU bunions, nails I :
Lllla order.Nor bk. Aanonsen 1030. Santosto MAREETREPORTNAVAL iron needed to'make seven large sails Coronet Old Tom and Dry GinDON'T corns scientifically without ingrowing pain.: JIanN removed *I '

Lluls, Uruguayan bk, Lopez TOO Havana the fat for fourteen pounds of candles, curing a specialty 24octlm -'
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to order., the carbon for slrly-fourgross of crayons j
Maria Ger bk. French 1922, Kings '
Lynn to master. and phosphorus enough for 820- .
I. SECRET SOCIETIES.:
Marina Madre. Its bk, Simonatta, STORES. 1 --- *
000 matches. Out of.it can be obtained *

1468 Mecca., Genoa Nor to bk. order.EUefsen, 995 Hamburg, stores Savannah.market Ga.closed, Nov.to-day 19.-The as follows naval: besides twenty teaspoons of I PENSACOLA LODGE. NO. 3. ft

to N A.gpore Zelius., Nor bk Ojerdsen 1128, East WW ................................700 salt fifty lumps of sugar and forty-two SPEND ALL YOUR I I Pensacola Lodge. No. I. K. of 'I P s4 4 Ii 1
meets Monday at 1
London to A. ZeliusOllvart WG .................................650 liters of'water.Tk o'clock every at their evening Cattle B,41: f '
Its bk Costa, Genoa to or- N ...................................6 00 i over Pous stable temporary West Intendenda St ( I
der. M ..................................5 SO Visiting brethren eordiaflr welcomed *{ -
Pallas Nor bk Johnson 1219 Ply- K ..................................5 eo r H. DENNARD. C. C. \ "
mouth. to A. Zelius. I ....................................440 Word "Crm.k." EARNINGSIf 1!. HORSLEt K. of R. i S. '
NOTICEThe Superb. Nor t*. Ullch 1934. Antwerp H ...................................430G .
to A. Zeltas & Co. ...............'............4 00 to 4 05 Crank in the sense of an eccentric S. -' .
Schooner. F ...................................3 95 person is a new word. The very first DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. f -'
Woolley Sanatorium the only In- Clara E. Bandell. Am ach 863.Calbar- E ...................................3 90 written instance of crank in the modern you 'do you will never amass wealth. Naomi Lodge, No. 10. Daughters or .
stl'ute in the United States where the len. Cuba. to J. A. Merritt & Co. I) ...................................3 85 Rebecca. meets every Monday night a$, 4
Opium Cocaine and Whiskey habIts Donna Christina Am sen, McLeod, 165. C ...................................3 85 sense that could be found for Dr. ,The foundation of all fortunes has been laid 8 o'clock In L 0. O. F. balk vtritlna i' --
Invited to be
. can be cured without exposure and Belize Domira.to master.Br ach. Reddle 2001 St. Lucle Spirits Turpentine 66* to 66%. Murray's dictionary was in the report with the saving habit. Get start d.now and sister cordially MRa J. T. PC Jresebt.. a '
with so much: ease for the patient. Only to master. of the trial of Guiteau President Gar- MRS. HATTIENEVILLE. Sec. sRATH I
30 days' time required. Describe Freddie Heucken Am ach. Bryant 475 Obelisk Flour is the staff field's murderer. Gulteatfs reference '\
BOM E LODGE NO. SO. '
Our
your casa and I will wrIte you aa Havana to master.In of life. to somebody as a crank gave the worda Deposit Money Savings Rathbone Lodge No. 30 Knights of* .

opinion as to what I can accomplish Time of Peace. vogue that has gone'on spreading. Pythias meets every Thursday night at I -4

for you. Ask your family-physician 'In the first months.of the Russia. HAVE A HAPPY HOME. But the adjectlre: cranky was known t Department and Castle visiting HalL brethren Members cordially of sister invited lodges J i ,
to investigate.*Dr. B. M W olIey. 104 Japan war'-we had a striking exampleof In 1787 as meaning sickly the German I I"krank" to attend. J. IlL OOPER. C. MM. 1 + 4
X Pnror Street. Atlanta Ga. C. J. LEVEl' It B. & s. -
the necessity for preparation and Thta I*Possible No Hatter How HanMe ). and to Dickens in the sensesof '
the early advantage of those who so the Surroundings. cross and crod etJ. In all its mean- I It will begin to earn you more money from }:. B. A. No. '1. meets first and J 1 ,
at T
third Wednesday-evenings :30 p. m. jRaffwrd f :
to speak "hare shingled their roofsin Ings it from the root idea
springs of
It Is possible to make the bumbles the Four Hall. No. 10. West InfendeocUi ,
dry weather." The.virtue of preparation crookedness. as does crank in its sixteenth J day; deposit. per cent. interest street. A. Oc FELL Prea. 1 '-' '
has history and home bright and happy. A hearty wel- J. I.. SWEEJJEY. Secy. I .t.tPENSACOLALOOGENO.4
made given to century sense of a deceitful paid. _
The StormVe us our greatest- men. The Individualas come to the guests music, if possible; trick, as in "quips aad cranks." I.O.0.1.1 I I

well as the nation should be pre games and the happy knack of making Pensacola Lodge No. 4. L O. O. F.. /

pared for any emergency. Are you the young feel that their opinions are meets every Thursday evening at 734t. -
at the new hall on Belmont and Bsylenstreets. ,
prepared to successfully combat the D.m" -sp*D1 D"Tbere .."' ''> $ '
worth listening to and that you arc VIsiting brethren cordially ln-A- -
\ now have all of our first cold you take?. A cold can be is no"( Bitter tray says anAmerican NATIONAL Tlted B. R. WITROVSKT. N. Q. 4f
their that is the BANK
enjoying I
: FIRST
company KERLE. Secretary
A. ,
cured much more quickly when treat. writer, 'of;mating a selMJ.tpolled !, ,
storm-beaten docks work- ed as soon as it has been contractedand secret husband out of a perfectly goodman w.o.W -'- ti 'i

\ before it has become settled in Mothers should remember that thelrdaughters' than by. ahrays being unselfishand OF PENSACOLA FLA. m.e Oak Comp rJff.th7 "W. O. W_ 'I -
ing, and are prepared to dock In Pythian 1st and Sri
the system. Chamberlain's Cough matrimonial chances depend doing a-.thousand: and one things Wednesdays In cacti month. Visiting.
anv vessel from :100 to 3,000 Remedy is famous for its cures of: deal the kind of homes accustomed tivereigns cordially Irtvtted S .
colds and it should be. kept at hand a good on they for him tbat.he has been Designated Depositary of the United State!.. F. BOCinCH, CL C. .P .

tons on short notice. We ready for instant use. For sale by live in. When a man (calls on a 'girl to do for Titzself.. ..:If ,yoyiwant a .:' I LESLIE E. BROOKS. CSerk

all druggists. and finds her in a bright. attractive 'niodef husBiia, dotft be'always: *doing W.'H. Knowles. President. W. K. Hyer, Jr.. Vice-President and Cashier. _._U
solicit estimates from cap- home with everything happy and things forshtm, bat try to train him Tbos.: W. Brent Ass"t Cashier. W. N. Roberta.,Asst Cashier.

tains and owners of vessels Thanksgiving Poultry. sweet about"her, naturally' thinks: to.do them-f6$yiti,_'S$ london Home DIrectors-F.C. Brent. W.A.D.m G.unt.Brent.C. W..IL Knowles. W. X. flyer Jr, LANARKOn

Turkeys. Ducks Chickens, eta. Ed. "This is the kind of home I want. Notes. It,1sarqcoZe. truth that:we

requiring docking and re- 1.!. Pooley Corner Chase and DeVil There is love between the parents and all care more ,for, $ie 'peiteon who Is the Gulf of Mexico. f .

pairs. hers street Pohne '112. ISnovlw Children. Everything is comfortable dependent ujmus'tbB1 for the one :

and happy. It is the ideal home." we depend upon.
H. Alfmajo. tin. copper nd sheet iron ..
worker has moved to 1(9 East Government .I Of' course the girls and boys hare .W.UMAR.President JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashiar. Hunting and fishing season now on* '-
OLLINGER & BRUCEDRY stvet in the opera house building just as much to do with the home T. Re &ewMirror.. M.E.- :U KYice-Presideat and Cashier./ J.W.ANDREWSAs isfnt CiShisr. Oyster beds within easy reach.

making. They must do their share toward ( To renew a\milgxnr-keerjcfor: ,this purpose -

DOCK COMPANY WH At"TRAIN_FOR rtAfiAS. the happy atmosphere. The'girl a"piece*ot.pei1geAa5 cloth and AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Offers exceptional advantages as a'j :
must help to lift the burden of household silk handkerchief "all ""entirely: free THE place to spend part of the winter months.:.
Scheme to Te* b Faraera Value ol '' ,
MOBILE ALA. care from the mother's fired fp n.dirt. atjasit will scratch .
Sowing fte Best Wb &t.
shoulders and the boy must be a com the fine surface' of"theglass.. Firstpongevlttffttn CF PtNSMCOLA riM. LANARK INN: "- !J
The T and Santa Fe '
Atcl11son., peka panton to and help the father with OH 4Iltfle SPWfcof wine Opera House Building.. Under new management. modern and -
Railway company in connection with responsibilities of keeping the home. er- to'and'water to.cleto off all spots well kept will afford special 1 attention to ',, ,,

the Kansas State Agricultural college When a mother and daughter stand: then du3t-overJt powdered? blue tied DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. hunting and fishing-parties. i -I '
Coal and WoodWe
plans to run a wheat instruction: train on proper terms with each other there In ,muslin rub ft(1rgbl1y'and quietly CAPITAL STOCK, $200,003. SURPLUS 160.009. Reached by the Georgia, Florida &i f '

over some of tntlmes of the system in Is a firm friendship underlying the off withthe: cloth end finish by rub Alabama Railway. Convenient ccltedales|. ,
Tourist rates now in effect ; '
deliver Ice Coal. Charcoal and Kansas during August, saj3! the Kaa- natural love. The mother with the bing with the silk handkerchief. Be DIRECTORS. i ,

Wood anywhere in the city. We can sal City Times. ) i'tl e winter and memory of.her own girlhood days in careful net"to rub the edges of the Henry .., Covington, Frank Reilly F. E. Brawner, For hotel accommodations write LANd -

supply ;you in any quantity and our spring the Santa Fe and the agricul- her mind is not too severe on the frame. .. J. M. Pfeiffer W. S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar, ARK INN Lanark. Fla. ,
service is always prompt. jtults and mistakes that the young F. J. R. Saunders
tural colleges ran .dairy and corn Bryan Dutmooy, T. JWcGourin, For schedules. railroad rates etc., writ :
Steam and Domestic Coal. daughter is sure to make. And the A. M. Avery, W. H. Milton, 0. E. Maura, J. H. McWILUAMS, '

Wood Cut. Any Size. trains over the state and thlAs. a continuation daughter, sure of a ready sympathy Dangerous Lake. W. L. Cavvtbon, Dr. VY. J. Hannah. McKenzie Oertlnll s Gen. Pass. Rgent. .
of t&t project' Fire lecturers and comprehension is not afraid to She-They say that sailing on lakes Alex MtCovsIn: ; C. M. Covington,. M. C. Clark. Balnbrldge, Ga. > Z4 -

E. G. SEWALL is considered fir more dangerous Pensacola, St. Andrews and,
from the agricultural college will confide in her mother.
rtltty (q sit texts, fcr rent tHLUVIM and J5.CC the year. frirale apartment
accompany the train. They are Professors The same rcle applies with father than on the,sea.
Phones 614-393. 26 N. Tarragona St. !in ttunectlon for the convenience of customers.;
beard
Miller Wlllard, Ten Eycke and son. Most fathers lore theIr.sons, He-I guess'thaf. right rye .
of engagements'made In a canoe cent interest Paid on Time Deposits. Advertisements.
= Browm and Sooesmlth. but they forget that they were once more Four per Legal :
0 HICKS'CAPUDINE boys tbemselret and that youth cannot than on a steamship. -
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For a long time if has been the prav
be staid and wise and never kick
tlce of many Kansas farmers to sel over the traces. Perfect confidence Sot So Flattering. NOTICE OF SALE OF ITALIAN, '
most of their wheat and the remarked that 1 I 'I
,good use between father and son is quite as important Miss Giggles-He
"OLIYARI.
4 CURES poorest for seed. One of the main pur- as it Is between mother and was "swanlike." Wasn't that nice of THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK BARK

ALL ACHES poses of this train and Jhe work of thecctnrers daughter, and the experience of the him? The Italian bark "OlUari" her hull -.
will be to teach the farmersthat Miss Knox-Oh. I don't know. HP PENSACOLA'A masts and rigging. 5 anchors K shackle: > '
otten L
the
parents can save
AM F4ervusaaeaa young pee.pie of chains, spars. K sails 5 boats, one 4 J
profit by sowing the best made that remark :when you were trying 5 -
tdalhldallc AUrotttonl t they can from many mistakes.:-New York General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and ConservativeBasis. cronometer. 3 compasses bolts Italian LI
wheat It la estimated that the use to sing. linen canvas new and old ropes. etCofwm j
American. _
be sold at auction in different lots, -
I of only the beet wheat for seed wU at 10 o'clock a. m.. Saturday November I 4

increase the yield of Kansas wheat Don't Betrar Confidence hfldrea sad Manners. Correspondence Solicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. 24th on board said vessel on the vest t'.
side ol Muscogee wharf. Pensacnta. Fla. v
QUALITY AND NO from 3,000,000 to 5,000,000 bushels a How few people there are who know Did you ever stop to think that children G. B. CAFIERO.

PREMIUMS. year. The two. special trains which how to keep a confidence made to'them as a rule .know each other far Consular. Agent of Italy. "'

hare been operated hare been successful in the true sense of the word!, They; better than their parents and teachers i ITnovTt l ji

and it is believed that this one frequently forget the fundamental principle do? Boys and girls show their ,real Bonds ____ -_

will be of as much benefit to the farmers of the whole idea which is this: rharacters at play, when they have not Cityof Pensacola Improvement Sheriffs Sale. ? ,

'JacksonSquare" as the othefS. fine no desire to tell it to another the restraint ol the presence of their Denomination, $1 000.00 ach. Dated January 1at. 1906. Maturing Juuary ht,p By virtue of an execution issued "
So much be done to elders Incentive to appear'at 1934. Redeemable Jan. 1st. 1925.. Interest Payable Seml.Annu.1Uy.WE Esca.mblat\ .
aL7 of
person. can betray: ; or OPFER FOR PRIOR. SALE out of the circuit court .
Coarse Eyebrow a confidence by a :person dropping into their best. So-when you tell your boy IN AtuS.foBfl1I SpSUU: irE ? county,. state of Florida wherein Joseph -$' -

hints and innuendoes without once deliberately you wish he would be as gentlemanly I. Johnson is plaintiff and Jo .'' --
In the event of the brows being staring breaking: his compact to the and polite as Harry Lee your vie- The Peoples Bank of Pensacokj seph Brown is defendant, I have ter* 4f
and coarse a bit of mucilage or !
!
led and will sell at puiHc outcry
I letter, but only In the spirit;, says Home point Is that of Harry's conduct In upon (
bandoline applied at night after to the highest bidder for cash. i 'J
Notes. What a valuable point to hare jour boose when be comes on an errand Pensacola FIai .
smoothing them Into shape will prove Your In front of the county court bonsaj
(JAVA BLEND) effectual. Quite a bit of difference in in your reputation-that you are' a perfectly ':' or to play with your boy. i door. In Pensacola Fla, on Monday., I.L' :
safe person to whom to intras son knows him as he Is when off guardon the 3rd day of December A. D.. 1906 '
the brows can be accomplished by accentuating ...... ...........................
rode
a secret! Remember when you are inclined -. the playground- selfish sly ....... .. ....... : during the lejtal hours of sale the for-
the
line rubbing
Roasted Coffee upper by to pass a confidence to a bosom perhaps-and he resents being asked to loving described real estate, to-witS .
the hairs up from the bottom or vice a writer lathe of lot 16. block 8. of
friend however much she may want to topy such a character says Undivided %
versa. she Mother's _Magazine. Quite likely i I: the Belmont tract, said lot fronting
hear It, will remember the fact _! _
This is one of the finest CREW NOTICE. against you when'she wants to confide your boy has on nis companytoo malW It Witcher Zemurray & Co. 30 feet on west line of Palafox street -
line of t
south Belmont
blends In the world. You enJoy Neither the Captain, Ownersnor to an extent you would by 125 feet on
In you that as you are capable of when away
for of the German accordfng-to map of said county
New Orleans luxury agents in : street
Children have pride
i reakfast.. while drinking this a. steamer Atielbett Menxell will breaking your bond with one friend hardly believe. 4 copyrighted by Thos. -(X Vatsoav,

coffee Only packed in 1, 2. 'be responsible by the for crew debts of contracted sa.ve8S .--* PA yon can do it With another, perhaps ,their behavior and it Is an old earing behave: : Commission Brokers ; The above property lies in the cltr1
that often
S-rae PebeD.- better when their parents are nor 4 j. & VAN FELT Sheriff Nov V: ;'i

We guarantee every can. ROBERT TUE1ILEK A te Juice of the green pineapple 3s 'around. Pensacola and New Orleans" :: 1906. nOvkaw4"' :
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CREW NOTI. edited in Java, the Philippine' II.W. Intendencia. 820 C mmon.' NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. ,

Importers Coffee Co. Neither nor consignees the C throughout the.fareat, generally Obelisk Flour has all the I. ::: As all kicks registered, in this otfc, t

a Rhodesian. will being a bloodpoison; of a most merits of all other good flour Stocks Grain Provisions :, lice for failure of delivery of ti j
Limited. for debts conta -> nature. It is said to berths its besides. Cotton, : piper are charged up to the carriers
said of '
of yea merit
crew and own
it Is desirous that subscribers bj
with which the i
uce Malays potif
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bought and sold on margin or for Investment. certain that the' has no&
New Orleans. GULF TRANSIT CO.. Ceese and daggers aM-'to quite paper
Consign* NOTICE. t :: been delivered before registering SUC1kick.
the
"finger na11"po1sonfor.
CREW ... Having been put to some trouble in Out-of-Town Orders Given Special Attention. o .
,
NOTICE. \ a tee among the aborigine JUT- finding people wfio have had me do workon + :o At times complaints comes in frOnt .I
Neither the Capta wf&en almost uniTersaHy.rr their lots ,at St. John's cemetery to which certain '
The : -i : bous at we are the
Lewis Consignees of t s
Bear Co. nor
located
who I have not
steamship Adelhek .. \mea cultivate a nafl oa eAch will state oblige that me those very amen by sending me 'Direct Private Wires. Telephone 1173. !, paper has been delivered and this i 44

Pensacola Fla.DISTRIBUTERS.. a will be responsible i- l long sharp point:and the their address a* that I mar submit bill obviously unjust to tb* toys. If yoJi '
contracted by the .&ddress: the want to 'I .
for payment. : do not get paper we tnowj: ;
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td from' of -taes was ""
said, vesseL one CPTAIN oU1)SE.. 1
'. "JORGEN.., C ,tt. -.*. Sexton St. Joim'a 557r4t .......... ......................................:' it; bat please be certain. .
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i PACE EIGHT. THE PEN8ACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING : : -=

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TO SEE TAMPA Seasonable

nEST CASE THIS ,

ABOUT I IIi -
Sweaters
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MORNING i Hat Happiness



,.:. <...,'... .-,. j Ii YOUR Shirts in Smart Society
(Continued from Second Page.) i 2 T. A. Jennings and W. C.:

Defense moved to strike out the .

testimony of Alford, was overruledand '. : Jones Will Leave This S-Fe>:oo-m:
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an exception noted. -I

cross Cross examination Examination.On Alford. stated SHOES Morning For That THE HABERDASHER.

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that the first he of :1 -
saw Kilpatrick's : 222 S. Palafox.
revolver was as It was lying on a i City.
block in the shop. Witness said he
had not been asked to guard the man --==

;. a Y; .;. Swagger, Smart and and had not "done so; he had seen j I I ii Here are- two elegant styles of our celebrated i ii T. A. Jennings and W. C. Jones, NICE FRESH
no force used toward Laninger
&Aa.
secretary ,
and respectively -
;g first vice-president
., L; : Snappy. Mike Attell Mike was.AttelL called and through I i i+ Dorothy Dodd Shoes especially designed for women a ] of the Chamber of Commerce Boiled Ham and Sweet Milkat

: Priced all the way from $10 to $35. Interpreter Friedman testified, that : will leave this morning for
|t who about the kind of shoes they wear.
F. They are high-grade fabrics Skil during July of this year he was working Ii are particular Tampa, where they wni witness; hsights

i;' -: ; fully and,honestly wrought, withy at, the turpentine camp of the I durai i of the state fair.
j' a fit and style that makes you Jackson Lumber Co. Witness said he In these shoes you will find style, comfort and Chris Pfeiffer's Bakery
Ii- will De' absent until ,
i. wonder how it's done.. No clothing knew Rudolph Laninger and identi The gentleman
i d like that bearing the label of. "The fied him. Witness reached the campon t bility combined. We also have many other handsome i the latter portion of the weefc. Their
: Cor. and
r <. lohn White Store." June :30: and Laninger reached the object in visiting the fair is not 'alone Hayne Jackson.

t. camp in July about three weeks after II'i styles which we wiI1'1 be; pleased to show you- one of peasure.but also to obtain
\ THE witness 'arrUed; Laninger had remain. i !ideas of the manner in which the fair -

& ed, he believed, about four days, when I.* $3 $3.50 and $4. 1 is conducted for it is very'probable
Laninger and two others had run i 2 that something similar will be given "The Best is the

J JOHN WHITE STORE away. Witness next saw Laninger on | 5 la Pensaco'a' next ;year, cnir.blned.wlth

Tuesday following his disappearanceon 5 a horse snow and races.. i
Sunday, when witness was at the such attraction
SPECIALISTS INMEN'S ANDY A movement to have an -
(t' BOYS' WEAR. camp and saw Laninger as he was in this city next yea-, has already Cheapest" isn'ttrue
brought back to camp. Laninger was i WATSON PARKER & REESE CO. I begun and there is no U>ubl but thatIt
t Phone 225. 205-207 S. Palafox. in the custody of Mr. Lamata' at that' 'I will materialize and be one of the

f' time. successes of the coming year. Much
Attorney Flournoy of defense, regarding the management and conduct .
moved to strike out the testimony of i EVERYTHING TO WEAR. of such an event can be obtainedin

F Attell but was overruled and an ex- ....................................................: Tampa, and the knowledge obtained
ception noted. from the visit will be of muci
Witness stated that he contemplated value. of everything, but It's tr ,rof r-jotht'
&AY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANYW. leaving several times but was again overruled and ,an exception Mr. Roland Wheeler of Olive, spent An-wool fabrics wear long \.. ,, ;.. f'MP<>

BEDWEt-L, PRES. AND MANAGER. afraid to leave on account of a pair icted. On cross examination nothingnew Sunday' with friends here. He visits better"mercerized-cotton"hang better and fabric t" t.;;"j!r than
.Prepared to do all electrical repairing on short notice Ring phone 570 and a ,: these
of revolvers worn by'a foreman was developed. our town quite often. are the things you want your ', \" f"f,
representative will call. W. T. Bidwell. President and Manager 205 S. Baylen
>trett.i named Johnson. At one time when Attorney Sheppard stated thaf the :Mr. Fred Campbell goes to McDavid The Car ss f Lamb All wool clothes will COM a'" more

I ---- several had intended to' leave after government had one more witness to-day on a pleasant mission. As soon as' the lamb is born place It we than make part Is cotton that of even course at. ;thn the p.,;'rer rt
Laninger's return, Johnson was on and some documentary evidence to introduce Prof. Maddox, principal of Bluff Individual prices they're cheaper.
e4 9.......... ...........1w ........................... guard and the men were afraid to and, as the defense would not Springs high school paid a flying with its mother The In a small need not be It is a real economy to buy a Hart

:. make a start Witness had not heard be ready to commense before Tues- visit to our'town Saturday. lambing pen. pen SchsJTner & Marx suit, and pay $1S nr
more tljan five feet square and may Ire or $25. or even more. instead of Tlnt-t
: Lamata or Hilton say anything to day morning, the government rested Mr. .Leonard of Atmore formerly After ting $1% or $1$ into a suit that's ma.- of
Guaranteed Black Silks Johnson. Hilton was present while conditionally and would be preparedto connected with the Alger-Sullivan be constructed of fence panels. a "niercertzed-cotton" fabric which will
i j Johnson was on guard and knew that close its case Tuesday morning. commissary was in town Saturday.Mr. three or four days the shepherd cat fan absolutely of to do the things which rO'1
clothes
expect You
: the men were being watched by John. Court then adjourned until 9:30: X., B. Cook our genial county make sure that the lamb Is "owned"and few dollars.your but vouo** money may saa in the
Z son. j o'clock this morning. superintendent of public instruction, has learned to nurse. Then the end by buying such clothes.

.. Attorney Loftin of defense objected visited school No 79 here recently. ewes and lambs-may be turned into a
4 to the testimony of witness 'and Croup. He beamed most cordially on the larger compartment; from which the

r I t: asked that it be stricken from the A reliable medicine and one that I I teachers,and uttered no word of com lambs '-can escape at will through a

record., Objection was overruled and should always be kept in the home plaint, hence we presumed he must lamb creep. Shropshire lambs or similar
We sell Barnett's'Tafeta Silks, made and dyed in i: an exception noted. for immediate use is Chamberlain's I have been pleased.Mr. breeds Vill eat grain by the timthey

Cross Examination. Cough Remedy. It will prevent the! Cook made the family of Mr. are one month old.-Firming.SERVING .
r : Llyons, France, and every yard guaranteed. :: On cross examination witness. stat attack if given as soon as the child: Willie Rice a short visit recently. : .' White Nix
ed that he left the of the Jacky becomes hoarse, or even after the l t.
camps Mrs. C. E. Miller and her son and
f t Barnette is the best made doubt about it. ': ,
no Try son Lumber Co. and had afterwards croupy cough appears.' For sale by daughter, Mr.:: and Mrs. Nat Miller,

j ... : returned, remaining 'until, he was all druggists. will move to Mobile Monday. Their AT DINNER.
them and will take other-24 27 30
t once no to
you taken by the consul;; returnedthe friends
away are loath to see them departMiss OUTFITTERS

} inches, and priced no higher than the inferior and un- 1 same day he left, only getting Premiums{ given away. Young spending Sunday out Everything table is.passed at the
about seven miles from the camp. Look for Obelisk of town, left hand: of the person seated and not
.
.. / 0 Others that left at the time witnessdid ticketsjin ,- Your Hooey's Worth or Your Money Back.
hand.A .
the
known brands.WATSON. :Mrs. Smith lias moved to Pensacola.She at right
: remained away fivtl;or :six dpys.Witness Flour packages:
will reside near her brother, Mr. servant should not esk a guest to
returned,because) he had no DAUGHTERS Villar on East HilL have a second portion of any dish, but
SONS
the others had
to
returned -
proceed
money ;
,J j in the course of a few days. OF'ST. LUKE TO MEET There was a wreck at the depot should bring it at once if asked.A SCARRITT MORENO
A train
Saturday. : broke leavingtwo
and large fork shouldbe SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
On redirect examination by Attorney tablespoon a
: cars loaded with lumber on the Agent for Diebold Safe and Lock Co.
Reese with reference to a statement An extra session of the placed by a_ servant In the entree Canton. Ohio.
grand council track. A train pulling in struck the
witness ,that "Mr. Harlan dishes to handling them. Office and Salesroom-20 E. Go,,'. St
PARKER & REESE CO. by of the Independent Order of Sons cars tearing one of them to piecesThe previous
i j ji knew all about it," ,witness ,said,.one and Daughters of St Luke is to be fireman Jumped from the enginein Vegetables should be handed by a

of the men who could l peak English held today, at the hall on Tarragona time to save his life. He escaped servant a second time at a family din

asked Mr. Harlan to pay them off in street between ,Intendencia and Ro- with slight injuries. ner, but only once at a dinner party KNOWLES BROS.
"EVERYTHING TO WEAR. order that they might be able to leave, mana streets:and all members are re- Mr. Hecker, his sons Edwin and unless specially requested.

...N..N.....................................N....., but Mr. Harlan had declined to <*o I quested to be present "' Julian Mrs.'Czlassy and son, Harry When a large dinner party; is grf en Insurance. '
that the would have
FO" saying mea
.and Miss Marsh tare spending Saturday FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT, MARINE.
to wait two weeks until J the regular, the guests should be helped in the order -
and in
day. Sunday Pensacola. I In which they are seated com- General Agents ,of
pay Miss Cora'' Carter, who has been
; ................................................! Herman Orminsky. I CENTURYSpecial II visiting her sister Mrs. Dr. Carter: mencing with the lady seated at the The EquitableLIFE

i Through Interpreter Friedman witness has returned to her home in Repton, host's right hand. .
stated that during the month of to the regret of her many friends. In the family circle the mistress of ASSURANCE YORK.SOCIETY OF NEW

$ j jf July he worked for the Jackson Lumber Prayer meeting was well attended the house Is served first, then the ,209 South Pala/ox Street.
t Gas For
Lighting Co. at Lockhart having been and em the to The Journal Thursday night daughters according to their ages, the
ployed at both the log camps
Witness knew Hug Century, Nov 19.-A most delightfulrain Miss McNeil from Atmore, is visit. master of the house 'and the sons according -
turpentine camp. ing :Mr. and Mrs. Mc eil. A NEW DISCOVERYFor
their
fell on Wednesday. All the to ages.
lIe
Hilton.
j gins but not Harlan or morning it poured, and'Thursday and Mr. Lew Lane who has been at- When a fork or spoon is asked for it
while at the log
said
he whipped
f- Gin es a bright, steady< soft and radiant light s camp because was he was sick and could I Friday were Ideal days almost makingone tending Hadley school Ala here, last left week.for his Teachersand homeat should not be-handed on waiter, but Sewing Mending or Showing.Torn Garments Did it Ever Without Hap

-more nearly like daylight than any lighting not go to work; the whipping had hand.believe that Spring was near at pupils are very sorry to see placed on the right or left hand as re pen to You
been administered by Gallagher. Angelo quired. When a tumbler or other dish
him go away. Accidently tear your C \1 1 c
agency known. Inverted incandescent another boss, had also whippedhim Roses are still blooming and filling Mrs. Miles is moving to Pensacola.Her Is asked for It is handed on a small did you do* \\ell, you took a need and;
he had been whipped five timesin : the air with their odorous breath. Mrs. tried to sew it together after which 1 u:
for 300-can- :
waiter.
gas lamp,.,put up $1.50. Large = Philip Moore's collection deserves friends and relatives regret to was unsatisfactory The garment WT.
alL
.
I j i' dIe power'gas arc lamp for stores or halls T Witness saw a man whom the boys special mention. Her gallery is filled have Mr.her McClure go a 1\[. M. I. boy from How to Stain Floor. result.ruined and My you MAGIC gave MENDER it a-wav mends That any' ',

f put up for.$L00.Pensacola. 0= called "the to talk consul to,"him.but had It was no opportunity after-with their blossoms beautiful whose foliage waxen and petals delicate Mobile, is visiting relatives in this Here is a good recipe for staining kind of tell garment they were without ever sewingcant torn Pa ss W
place. floors and also for staining around the mailed with full instructions on r"I' rt
arrival of the consul that witnesswas seem too pure for earth. > '
f the Miss Dora White is with relatives carpet In a bedroom: First get the floor of 15 cent to
went to his homeat
Mr. W.-McCaskill
taken to the turpentine camp by
\ for Nora here.Mrs. perfectly clean. If there are cracks M. M. FEINGOLD,
Mr. Huggins, where fie remained yesterday.Mr. .
i: Gas Company > two weeks. The bookkeeper came after and Mrs Charles Lyncho movedto Louise O left Gwynne for a, visit with to little Camden Miss between boards fill them then mix linseed P. O. Box 353. Pensacola, Fla

: him at midnight when he left the Balentine Saturday. last week. Dr., O. her oil and.. burnt umber together a
Phone 148. 24 and 27 E&Garden Street. .Gwynne joined
and took him In a buggy to a Miss Hattie Perkins is quite sick tablespoon to a pint,of linseed oil
camp
Friday to stay over Sunday. After a
> *....t........... < point where another wagon, containing which we are sorry to note. visit to Dr. O'Gwynne's father at Cam- Stir it thoroughly. If you wish it

e Huggins and another man was :Miss Dorothy Ray visited Bluff den, Mrs. Gwynne will visit some darker, put In store umber; If lighter,
1 waiting, witness being turned over to Springs Saturday afternoon. of her relatives in North Alabama.Mr. use more oiL Put It on the floor witha
Huggins. It was explained to witness I Miss May Vaughn has returned McDavid Is moving to Century clean paint- brass. Rub It evenly.
that he had been cutting timber that from a week's visit to Lakeland. While
Miss Laura Cuyler leaves Tuesdayfor After a few days when dry, put on a
was not the property of the companyand there she attended the camp meeting. New Orleans. She will enter the second coat Try a little of the stainon -

:i 1 NOT A QUESTIONOF was taken to Georgia eventually training school at Toura H spita1. a piece of wood first to get the color
winding up at Lumber City; a boy Miss Laura carries away with her the
wish. When It soiled
you gets or dusty
named Arthur Buckley, echo testifiedto best wishes of all her friends. She yL
the same effect on Saturday, was 1 DON'T SHIVERALL has chosen a noble vocation., mop it off with a little warm borax
.
MONEY also taken alOng. Witness did not see )Ir. and Mrs- F. M. Cooper, with water, which will clean it nicely said

;., Huggins after reaching Lumber City, little Misses Marie and Dorothy spent not hurt the stain. You can retouchit
but Huggins had paid a week's board WINTERjust Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S. T. now and then If It needs it This

J A for he and Buckley. Huggins had told I because your blood Is in an Impoverished Tracy.Dr. finish resembles a hardwood floor.
Being ell-dressed is not the boys to tell anyone who might inquire condition. Take a dose of the Bitten Pettus Dey, of Pine Barren
< that they were bound from Florida -I before each meal. It will assist the made a' flying visit to our town Fri *. ...... Games.
z a question of spending a to California. Huggins had said stomach of In rich Its warm work of blood digestion and prevent make day. He will pay another visit about Weep a number of children are payn ] -

lot of money;. it's a ques- he was taking the boys to Savannah: plenty Chills and Colds. I I Thanksgiving. : ; together one of them may be sent

en route to New York. I from ,the reo:>>, aid, one previously
tion of going to the right i When witness saw Huggins Pen- Hosteller'sStomach I I

: place to buy clothes. sacola he had asked why the'boys had I Where,the )Money Came From.BatchellorThat's jIadf&ded-4C! < Slea which playmatehas After 6 o'clockThen
'your For
.hearing
goae music"Is
"magic
been left at Lumber City" ; Huggins: a good cigar you'resmoking.
Bittersalso
I 1 .. .- Most any store can sell youa had told witness that he (Huggins) Popley-Yes, that's a fine ten- excellent the child listening for' the Fuii Dress

r suit for most any price, bad been arrested and could not go to i cures Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Costiveness center you gave me. Batchellor-I Increased volume of music to tell him it's time fo "
them. Female Ills, Biliousness. Flatulency when he is approaching the hidden object Suits and Tuxedos.
"': t but when it comes, to suit Attorney Loftin, of defense, moved and Malaria. Try It to-day. gave yon? I guess not Popley-Oh. Or a blindfolded child may !

\ ; / suit to strike out the testimony of witness, fee; I'm sure it was your money'paid which of his plalmatee'ls guess Every tailor dor-nt realize
quality quality singing
ana overruled and an exception noted. for it The,only money I found In our or i the exactions: of Evening

i., T s : .5 you have our guarantee of There was was no cross examination., bahj'a bank this morning was the speaking a series; to of him.different or, having sounds listenedto for example It Clothes the way we do

i ,1 ....: Back If Not Satisfactory J. B. Barlow. I I dime Jou put in ;yesterday.-Catholic the -
of
ringing a bell I
the
Standard tapping to the
J. B. Barlow the next witness and Times. Ours are right up
that he residentof The Ironyof of a stick the striking of a note .
If called stated was a I minute in every re:;pct-Iwrmonize .
that June on the piano. the clapping of hands
Lockhart and and Julyof The One Rale. -heremoves
I There isn't a style or this year he was employed as ,At a club where card playing was ,the bandage from his eyes perfectly with the moot

J fabric missing that's new fireman at Lockhart, his boss was Fate prohibited four members smuggled and himself repeats, the sounds in the rigid requisitions of functional I
Gallagher and the manager of the in order In which they occurred conventionalities-and are madeto
:: or fashionable and every a pack and calling the waiter
: ,
company was Mr. Harlan. Witness fit with infalii! I
aside, asked him if he had ever known your figure
I = r one desirable and depend- knew "Big Harry" and Archie Bel-
31k is certainly bad laundry : the rule broken. His reply .was, "All ble 'precIsion.If .
linger. He said the workmen were
il' ; able. $8, $10, $12.50, $15, carried from and to the mill and, work. You can avoid all known the years 1. have been here I have How's This? you want true elegance reflected '
$16.50 and to $27.50. about month after witness went to every rule broken except one- '
up a .
",work instructions were given'that no such by having your that of giving of tips." The game pro- for We any,offer case On nf Hundred Catarrh Dollars that Reward in your Dress Gannon '

men must be carried on the train excepting laundry done by the ceeded. cured by HalT Catarrh Cure.cannot be then let us make them for rail
t at morning or night 1 T J CHEXET ft CO., Toledo. O
1I I. TIa.hUaL Vfs, the undersigned, have known F. J Dress Suits $55 $95.
Witness had seen' Ed. Fager bring to
J I H. 0. ANSON Cheney for the last IS years and believe
back two men and he had told witness The Star Steam "Are you sure the sick man wantedme him perfectly honorable In aU business Tuxedos $45 to $85.
: that the men were trying to get away ?" asked the physician, reaching for transactions and financially! able to carry.
out obligations made .
any
' t Fager had not stated why the men had his bat \ KINNAN A by MARVIN his Hrm.IAL.D1N& .

1 1. : \ CASH ClOTHIER left Witness heard:the foreman say Laundry "He didn't menfloa your name, but Wholesale Druggists, Toledo. O
that the men were brought back as be'. ecreaxnln" for some'one Han Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally. DRICKETT, rERSOM CARD IER

j y TheHaussooffKup they had not worked out transport 37 E. Garden'St. {Phone 114 i bfm out of his misery and that'll I thought put cous acting surface directly of upon the the systemTesumon blood and mu-- 1 TAILORS U Brent 09 ,
PAUFOX
kt AND MAIN
CORNER
Uon money charged against them.' Ials sent free. Price on cents
t Pensacola, rta. II of right r.-nouston Post. per bottle. (Incorporated.I !
,
_you away oU all
3 Defense, as usual moved to strike by dnigfteU
I Take Hail's. Family Pill for FRANK B. GARDNER. Manager j j
;. out all, ot Barlow'a..testimony, was ,.. .... I constlpanatton. jI I

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