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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 21, 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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=== PENSACOLA FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY MORNING NOVEMBER, 1908. PRICE CENTS : f '


THE PRESIDENT PRANCE SHUTS OUT 'l ;

DEFENSE PRESENTS ITS ;
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WILL STAND, PAT ,AMERICAN PORK SIDE OF PEONAGEmSE2W: |* J JA




Cables He Will Not Suspend *
WADE M
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HAMPTON STATUE New American Meat Regula-, --:\ I

Order Discharging the tions Said to Be Responsible ATTEMPT TO PREVENT Witnesses TesTreatment \\, to Good *t I .. :

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Negro Troops. UNVEILED Q'
YESTERDAYSouth
for the Em- at\\ gson -; t

bargo. SPEECH: : BY TILLMAN Lumber Co.'s\r-, --- j.

Says If There Are New : ..
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Carolinians Do Honorto _ -_ ft,I4*
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Facts They :Must Be 7 MEN KlllE .4 -f {
Great Soldier and Abolition of Microscopic Examination Negroes Make Protest to Same Had Heard of Whipping j
CHURCH AND
Shown Him.

] Statesman. I Injures Amer- Mayor of Chicago Against Cases, But Ha'd :I t" J} ; ;
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SECRETARY TAFT AND WAR DEPARTMENT -I IN l LAND N SliDE can Packers. Senator's Proposed Never Seen Any ( ; Ji .11.I
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MEMORIAL WAS ERECTED BY THE STATECLASH H i

HOLD CLOSE MEETING .: STATE AND HER CITIZENS AT Address.SAY of Them. I ::;. j :

DIPLOMATIC NEGOTIATIONS WILL 1 l' t.
AND REFUSE TO DISCUSS 4
I COST OF THIRTY THOUSAND Were at Work Mountain
CONFERENCE EXPECTS TO on BE REQUIRED TO GAIN RE- IT WILL DESTROY HARMONY NONE OF THE SPECIFIC ALLEGATIONS { I -
DOLLAR Officers Taking Church Inventories 1
HEAR FROM ROOSEVELT TO Railroad Grade When ADMISSION OF THE AMERICAN EXISTING BETWEEN WHITE WERE' WEAKENED, BUT i\ f tP.\! : t
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DAY. PRODUCT -AND EVEN THEN Are Violently AND COLORED PEOPLE IN THAT ON CONTRARY SEEM TO BE i t If
Accident Occur-
I By Associated Press. I '
Columbia. S, C., Nov. 20.-A thirty. MUCH TIME WILL BE CON Assaulted by the CITY-REPLY TO-DAY. STRENGTHENEDBYTESTIMONY' t' I : :

thousand dollar equestrian monumentto red.By ,
By Associated Press. I the memory of Wade Hampton was SUMED IN CASE. Populace.By I WHICH DEFENSE INTRODUCES. II t } :4 )

:yw" York. Nov. 20.-Cilchristjrpwart. unveiled to-day in the presence of a By Associated Press. t .

; of the Constitution League,I Itt vast crowd. A feature of the day was Associated Press. :i-' Associated Press. i Chicago, Nov. 20. A protest 'Ii! :! "'
'the parade which included military Paris Nov. 20.-The 'elimination of :Montpelier, France Nov. 20.-Resistance I By BEN H. THOMAS. ." ,
madepublic a cablegram from \ Bluefield W. Va.. Nov. 20.-Seven against the delivery of an address in .' } I ,
1 1prpsldf'nt and civic organizations cadets from the microscopic examination of pork to taking the church inventories II Shortly after the opening of the i: : .;
Roosevelt declining to sus- track men of a gang of nineteen en- Chicago by Senator Ben Tillman was ." '
the state the "
'' institutions survivors of from the new; American Inspection was general throughout depart- United States court yesterday the government r ;
pfr.a the order discharging the negro'p.jjis. Hampton's cavalry Confederate Vet- gaged in moving a slide on the Dry has in ment of Herault 'to-day. There was made to Mayor\ Dunne to-day by a rested its case. District At- ,
The president ,replied to veterans. sons of veterans and others. Fork branch of the Norfolk and Western regulations resulted a preliminary -violent resistance at Pignan, where delegation cf negroes, 'who declared I torney Sheppard reserving the right : -

gyvarr's: message that "unless the Bishop Capers opened the exercises Railroad were killed to-day as 'a decision by the French customs the church was filled with sulphur that Tillman's speech would destroythe to introduce secondary evidence to 1' -

fe-is! known to me are shown to be i: with prayer and General M. C. Butler result of being caught in a slip of authorities, barring out American fumes which were shoveled into the harmony existing between the negroes prove a certain contract between the : -
'':, delivered the oration of the day. Gov. land. The men were swept down the ham bacon canned pork etc. building from the vestry roof and and the whites here. :Mayor Jackson Lumber Co. and one of their -1 ,
order will
fai* the under no circumstances -!.ernor Heyward accepted the statue mountain side into the river. Twelve After long diplomatic; negotiations repeatedly forced the soldiers out Dunne asked the committee for data employees who it Is alleged was '.. I
be revoked and I shall not j;on behalf of the state. The city was escaped the bodies of four were recovered while a crowd of women shouted I of several speeches which they said forced to sign a contract to work out t f
for one moment consider suspending :{[beautifully decorated. The statue I and three are buried under several years ago France agreed to maledictions and hurled stones. The had been delivered by Tillman and a debt. The only witness placed on

It on a simple allegation that there was erected by the state and her citi J I hundreds of tons of earth. All are admit American pork on a government church was finally taken by a chargeof he will hold a conference tomorrow the stand by tne government was W. j $! '
until zens. Italians. certificate that it had been ml infantry and an attempt to flood with the Chicago Union Hospital management M. Kilpatrick a Crestview black
facts such facts
are new new I croscopically examined and found the church revealed the fact that the I which is bringing Senator smith; with whom Laninger was left % -
are laid before me. Inform any persons -' water mains had been plugged. At Tillman to Chicago. The mayor refused while the man who had him in charge -! j S
having new facts to have them in',' sound. When the new regulationswere other points the troops were insuffi-j to discuss the matter or to Intimate !- after his capture went to feed his; 4

shape to lay before me on my returnand 'PENSACOl4INVESTMENT submitted to the authorities, cleat to protect the officers. At Gra- his action but said that a "man horses. Kilpatrick testified that, to t 4' -

I Kill\ then consider whether fur- they ruled that these didn't comply bels it was necessary to batter down who justifies lynching cannot be a the best of his knowledge Laninger .t
with the old agreement, and promptmeasures II the church doors. consistent believer in the law." had not been under restraint and that ,
Is called
ther action for.
by me : i(witness was not instructed to prevent t i t' i : ,
-- CO. SELLS PfRDIDO TRACT were taken to secure their
TAFT CALLS WAR him from leaving if he so desired. !- i
reversal and if possible.avoid long and
The defense began the taking of r 't,
DEPARTMENT MEETING 1 unpleasant diplomatic negotiations. SPANISH FLOATING DOCK testimony at 10 o'clock and during the I 1 1 .

Ambassador McCormiek, who was balance of the day witnesses were '. jl; t
Washington. ;Nov. 20.-Secretary tile and particularly adapted to farm- :
13,000 Acres of Land Is Pur- heard but as far as could be seen by f ran ,
Taft refused to make a statement con- ing purposes lies on both sides of instructed from Washington pointedout ,..
outsider not an iota of evidence ,, .
cernin;? The negro troops which hadbwn Eleven-mile creek northwest of Pen-I. that the new meat inspection was AGAIN READY FOR SERVICE was introduced to controvert any of i ;
chased the Perdido j
by ,
ordered discharged at Fort sacola and according to Mr. Stillman rigorous than the old system.
more the specific allegations of the gov :. f t
Reno. He refusea to whether the purchasers intend it t
say or colonizing 1 Foreign Minister PInchcn promisedto ernment-In fact the testimony on the ; ..;
not he had been in Land settling thereon !
communicationwith Company.THE : desirable immigrants. ,
whole seemed to the !
the prsident. Immediately after I The New Owners. I give the matter his attention, but And Yesterday the Tugs Ac; she vessels.was placed The docking In condition yesterday to of dock the against the defendants.strengthen All of case the t:!} c :! ; f fI
arriving in Washington this afternoon said that the-matter must first be decided I 1
The Perdido Land men who placed the stand I
Company stock II two tugs Is the first work to be done, were on l '
Secretary Taft went to the war department holders '. by the finance and agricultural I by defense stated that the treatment ,t.
and CONSIDERATION WAS $60,000 are 'J. A. Jennings O. M. Gor-, comac and WaubanWere but the dock will be kept constantly iI ,,
summoned General I don, Frank L. Mayes Knowles Hyer : departments. in service for some weeks, as there they received at the camps of the ''j j' !
Oliver,
General assistant secretary of war I -INTENTION IS TO SETTLE UP R. B. Simpson and John E. Stillman Taken In Dock. are many vessels at the yard that I Jackson Lumber Co. was as good as : ; '
Afnsworth military secretary while tne officers are John. E. Still- !they would have received anywhere t ; .
are yet ashore and which will have togo
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General Barry chief THE TRACT WITH DESIRABLE
and Secretary to the President of Loeb staff man president O. .M. Gordon vice- I .. ...... In dock to be repaired.The land that the sleeping accommodations ,! ;. '
--.1 and food No evidence .
IMMIGRANTS AND A LARGE president, and R. B. Simpson secre 'Aecomac.-was of .the tug[ were good. was :
fo a conference which lasted more MURDER[R 'TRIAL l lIN AND AS SOON AS THEY ARE RE., 'introduced '
than an hour. All-refused tary. While many Immigrants settled carried high upon the beach'and did to 'show that men had not '' !-.;, .; J
to talk after
the conference, and it is assumed that PARTY WILL REACH HERE upon the land during the period it was. PAIRED OTHER NAVAL VESSELS -! not suffer as much damage as the j'been whipped at the camp. the testl- : t" .
owned by the Pensacola Investment Wauban. The latter sunk almost at I mony being to the effect that wit. j ; ; ,
Secretary .1 art decided to let the case NEXT WEEK. ; (nesses had not seen such acts commined. I f' I
it Is
Company, proposed by the
stand new WILL BE TAKEN IN-BIG her moorings six piling having been
until after he gets in touch company to endeavor to bring many driven through her hull. The Ac-,!: While none of the witnesses I { .
with the president: who is expected others here and to make of the tract' MARIANNA STRUCTURE IS IN GOOD CONDI- comac was recently launched and the,'had seen any whipping several of 1 '
lo reach Ponce Porto Rico tomorrow.HIGHEST President John E. of the finest ;them had heard of such occurences. : i
Stillman of the one farming sections in 1 Wauban raised and for some days' I f.
Pensacola Investment Company yesterday the south. TION. The cross examination of all the I., '
workmen will be engaged in putting
announced the sale of the entire Next week the I I'I witnesses was severe and District Attorney ; 1 j
first of the Immigrants these vessels in seaworthy condition.The I
Perdido tract, comprising 13,000 will arrive. H. M Swasey 1 services of a dock have been Sheppard brought out many {, 4, I tI
m T IN THE acres of timbered and cleared lands who is engaged In settling up the I Additonal Witnesses Examined The big Spanish floating dock which badly needed at the navy yard since I I damaging statements during the I, 4 .1 I IIthe
to the Perdido Land Company the land. will arrive with a large party of was thought to have suffered much the storm. The wooden dock was course of the day from the wit n:. ; '

consideration being $60,000. The big farmers from Arkansas who are to Court Room damage by being blown ashore duringthe completely' destroyed and consequently -II nesses for defense. .r, j -. f j
deal has been under way for some look over the territory with a view hurricane is once more in good all efforts were centered in gettingthe I If the same progress Is made to-day j l f :

: weeks but it was only recently thatit of purchasing tracts sufficiently largeto 1 Crowded All Day. condition and yesterday docked the Spanish dock in condition foe as yesterday it is probable that the I t -,. J> '.r
[ I defense will finish sometime Thursday ;
HISTORY OFMARKET was closed up and the'sale an engage in farming and they will be tugs Accomac and Wauban two of the service. Now'that this has been accomplished '
nounced. The land which is very fer- [followed later by other parties. vessels stationed at the navy yard the work of repairing vessels when arguments will begin. I :
I that badly damaged by the There are somewhere in the neighbor f .
were .
will more rapidly.It .
Special to Th" Journal. progress :
hood of twenty witnesses yet to be .
Marianna, Nov. 20.-The second storm. is expected that by the date the I heard. I' .

day of the trial of William Christmasfor Since the big dock was floated tugs are ready to be launched from I The detail of the testimony adduced i 1 ; 1
workmen have been busily engaged in the dock that the Isla de Luzon will ,
ROOT MAKES the murder of his parents in this yesterday is as follows:
DEATH liST making an examination and have I be floated and will go in dock after .
with the Morning Session. ; ,
county lat year began to-day
found that the structure suffered but which will come the Gloucester and
I Immediately after the entrance of l(
court room crowded with people from little damage and a few days since other vessels as they are floated. :
'Judge Swayne Assistant District tt'I
all sections of Jackson county. :Many I I Attorney R. Pope Reese asked j. !

Rosin Is Now Quoted at $7. HIS ld SPEECHDelegate ladies have been present during the ;for the indulgence of the court :t i .

Per Barrel, Which Is a 1 I IS NOW FIFTY I trial and with have much been interest.following the evidence ADMIRAL COWLES Will Jt J JI torneys for a few for the minutes government as the desired at. \ ';! \, I

t to consult which was granted. After ;
Record Price. I Only one witness was examined last ,a delay of about five minutes District t -

Makes Caustic An- night, Dr. Booth who examined the MAKE RCOMMI'JDATIONS1 Attorney Sheppard accompanied by iI ., .
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I Steamer Dix Horror Grows bodies of the Christmas family. alleged ,Attorneys Reese and Russell entered 1

Rosin of the W. W. grade has swer to Harriman's Crit- to have been murdered last Feb- I the court room and \.'. M. Kilpatrick l I '
reached the highest price in the hiS- and Searchers I was called. i
] Are Still took I
ruary. Court then an adjourn- I :
tory of the naval stores market being W. M. Kilpatrick. i J .
Quoted at $7.00 per barrel with a icism of New Rates.By Looking For More ment until 8:30 this morning, whcn As. a Result of His Visit And I THE RUSSIAN N Mr. Kilpatrick stated that he had :)! ;

corresponding rise in all other grades. the real battle began.At 1 ,resided at Crestview during July of t
of Pensacola
Rosin has been :yteadily rising dur- the closing of the morning session Inspection this year where he was engaged asa I : -
ins: the past few months but not Associated Press. Bodies.By blacksmith and. wheelright. A for.. "
evrn the most sanguine of the naval Kansas City Nov. 20.-Before thetransMississippi two witneses had been examined Navy Yard. eigner was left at his shop in either ft'

stores operators had hopes of the congress tonight Eli- Associated Press. Jim Hall and Jack Boone two colored REliEf fUN June or July he was not positive' ''

tiehest grade reaching such a price hu Root, secretary of state deliveredhis Seattle Wash., Nov. 20.-To the men employed by J. M. Christmas which. Rudolph Laninger was called 1
*v $';.00 per barrel. It has now reach- death list of the wrecked steamship and the first persons to arriveat NEW COAL DOCKS WILL PROBABLY and identified asthe man in question. -:
I'd that figure and unless there is a I second speech within two day: As Dix eight names were added to-day :Witness did not know the name of the q':. '
narked change In conditions it is an-Ion Monday night Mr. Root again dwelt making a total of fifty Known dead I: the scene of the tragedy the morn- BE RECOMMENDED TO REPLACE ,man who brought Lanlnger to hli f.:

ti'-ipated that it may go still higher. upon the relations with the South as a result of the disaster. Partiesare I i ins following the crime. 'place, but identified Hilton, one of tht .
The I'I still STRUCTURE DESTROYED Grave Scandals Develop In defendants as the party. ; -
recent damage to the turpentine -American republics, telling of,the recent searching along the shore Objections to admissibility .
Attorney Flournoy leading counsel : I
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farms through Florida Alabama near where the Dix went down.
he made through these mony sought to be elicted from these BY THE HURRICANE-THE ADMIRAL Connection With Distribution -
$nil Mississippi and especially in the I trip for defense following the tacticS li .
latter state by the hurricane blowing 1 I countries.An witnesses called forth interesting ar DEPARTS FOR WASH- i of preceeding days objected to f i

down many of the boxed trees thus I interesting! incident of the after- STEAMERS TO guments from the counsel on either of Supplies.By the testimony of Kilpatrick and moved s !; .
greatly decreasing the output. proba- INGTON. :: that it he stricken from the rE' ord. ; t 1'
noon session was the demand of a '
fly has something to do with the continued side.Much consumed in the Associated Press. The objection was overruled and aa 1 -
time was
Colorado delegate to be allowed to TAKE St Petersburg Nov. 20.-A scan exception noted. .f '
la the steady rise and added to this answer the speech of E. H. Harriman CARGOES reading and Interrogating of .witnesses As a resultof the visit to the Pen- dal in connection with the distribution Cross Examination. 1 1I
present big demand caused by i
I I of Rear Admiral
sacola navy yard of the government funds for the
| testimony stenographicallly then asked KM- tol'
tl>* great consumption. which criticised the present laws upon of I Attorney Flournoy :
chief of the bureau equipment .
i habeas Cowles relief of the famine stricken provinces Patrick what occurred at that time
LIST OF VESSELS UNDER CHAR- at preliminary and i
reported
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regulating and assertingthat ; that several
railroads it is anticipated
I is being aired in the liberal
objected
Sheppard
District Attorney
SOUTHERNRAILWAY TER TO THE GULF ''corpus: trials. counsel for defense lay- recommendations for rebuilding and I .
such a power as is now given TRANSIT ': press which charges that the con stating that the question was net 'J
the interstate commerce commissionis COMPANY. i I ins predicates upon which to impeachthe repairing structures at the yard will tract for five million dollars.,worth of I I proper in cross examination and the 1 '
WILL iI
DOUBLE TRACK dangerous not only to the railroads, I state witnesses. be made. Among these will be the wheat at the price of four cents a r objection was sustained by the court. t:

but to the industrial interests of the The following steamers are under I Afternoon Session. j coal docks which were destroyed by I bushel above the market rate was Defense noted an exception.Mr. i

Charlotte By, Associated N. O, Nov.Press. 20.-The country. Mr. Kindell who asked to charter to the Gulf Transit Company When court reconvened after the the September hurricane, and which i given an obscure individual named I Kilpatrick stated that Hilton ;1
Southern Railway has just let a contract be heard did not make a direct answerto and will load cargoes at this port: I were of great service In coaling ves-I Lldval whose only recommendationwas asked him where he could put up hit i 1
for double tracking the main line Harriman out arraigned the For Liverpool Ida, due Nov. :26! ; dinner hour, E. McKinney was called j,sels at this port. a friendship with the minister of horse and get some dinner; also If he : '
b.t1\"ef'n Charlotte and Atlanta. The railroads for their alleged unfair rate Ernesto, due December; E. O. Salt- to the witness stand and testified to Admiral Cowles spent ajl. of Mondayand 1 the Interior of Gnrko, who Is In I could leave Laninger with witnessfor L' "
was awarded to the Oliver discrimination. marsh due Dec. 30. having seen William Christmas horse a portion of yesterday at the charge of the famine relief. It is Insinuated l a while. Witness understood from ,...
cntrart For Havre-Cayo Largo due Nov. yard. He did not complete his inspection that profits are to be divided. made by Laninger that the latter
any. of Knoxville and the work by his house about four"o'clock signs t ;(
i$ 26 Penay Lodge pass on the first day of his arrival and Lidval received an advance of four 'I and had bought him
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"> begin by the first day of the OWNER RICHMOND ; or substitute, due of the murder. was hungry ;
on the morning remained over until yesterday morn- hundred thousand dollars .
and :
.ear, Dec. 24; Cycle, substitute, due shipped i something at the store. Laninger afterwards iI
ENQUIRER: DEADBy Dec. 7.For Will Filcher son-in-law of J. }[. lug, departing from Pensacola on the only an insignificant quantity of grainto I went to sleep and witness t fI

SUGAR Naples-Cycle, or .substitute Christmas was examined at length as noon train for Washington. The Inspection the peasants who are facing star I hunted up Hilton and the latter told .. i !.
CO. GUILTYOF Associated Press. due Dec. 7. to a conversation he had with defen- was a most thorough one and I vation. 'witness to take care of Laninger and ; '

TAKING REBATES Washington: Nov. 20.-General JohnH. I For unkirk-Penay Lodge, or substitute dant prior to the homicide. He testi''covered everything ,coming nnder the;I he would be paid for it Hilton had .
Bryant. a prominent resident of Dec 24. fied that he (defendant) had said Sun- equipment bureau. taken off a gun and left it with wit' :
elf Associated Press. this city and New York, and having For Genoa-Maria, due Nov. 27. day week prior to the murder tht the The big new equipment building will be called upon to replace It witha ness until he took Laninger to the
ew York Nov. 20.-The American extensive interests in many parts of For Barcelona-Clara, due Dec 21. "old man was getting as two-sided as 'came in for a share of the admiral'sattention. new one. train. Witness had no recollection of !
SUFar Refining died after For I The three-story structure The admiral did not spend any buckled the around his $t
Company was found the country. yesterday a Venice-Aristra, due Dec 18. helL"Defendant.s having gun 1wa1..t I
hllty In the United States circuit short illness. Among other things For Trieste-Aristra, due Dec. 18; counsel developed on I was only'ft'CentIy completed and accepted -length of time In the city dn his return and said It was lying on a shelf I tJ .

COltrt: to-day of accepting rebates to General Bryant was the proprietor of Clara, due Dec. 2L cross examination that this witness by the government, but was trip. He arrived In the city from all of the time; he had made DO effort I !iT,.
the amount of twenty-six thousand the Richmond Enquirer and owned For Bremen-Lord Stanley, due had testified at the inquest, the preliminary damaged to some extent by the hurricane -the yard shortly before the hour his whatever to restrain Lanlnger. Wit.. f t r .
dollars! from the New York Central factories in Richmond Petersburgand Nov. 23; Cycle or substitute due hearing and at the habeas the roof being carried away. As train departed and after stopping fora ness did not know why Hilton left the l; '

Wlroad Cot, in violation of the Elkins Greensboro., He was a member of Dec 7j Penay Lodge, or substitute, Corpus; trial and had never made this the contractors had guaranteed the few minutes proceeded to the union :

rebate law. ,tha.stafZ of the governor of Virginia. due Dec. 24 statement before. roof for a certain period of time-they depot. __ ,-.-., (Continued on Second Page.) r 1 f





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; Dyspepsia DEFENSE SIDE ) t "- Best Tonic of the Age

Don't thick! you can cure your dyspepsia H MELESS -1

In'any other way than by: strengthening Rest l- -I Mr. T. ,M. Dorwin
and toning your stomach. J Jf I a

That is weak and incapable' of perforrnlnjIts OF PEONAGE r prominent citizen of

functions probably: because yon bare i the Stomach CHILDREN ANDTHANKSGIVING Syracuse N. V.
Imposed upon it ia one way: or another over says

: and over again. ""! "Duffy's .Pure Malt
You should takeHood'sSarsaparilla Nothing will relieve indigestion
that Whiskey is the best
CASEContinued .' doesn't digest the food, Itself and give .
tonic of the
age and
the stomach a perfect rest. -

nd It permanently strengthens: and cores tones dyspepsia the stomach and all You can't reasonably expect; that ir trusts that it will help

itomach troubles. Accept no substitute. ( from First Page.) any weak stomach will regain its others as it has helped

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it pistol, and had said nothing regarding strength and get well when it is Appeal For Their Happiness b_ _ him."

Beautify Your Government Rests. compelled to do the full work that a.) Is Issued By Children's .. "I now comply with your request

District Attorney Sheppard announced sound stomach should do. j# and send photo. I have taken YOur

at JO a. DL, that the government You wouldn't expect a sick horse Home Society of Malt Whiskey and consider it
had concluded Its case and -________ of one
the
Dining Room would rest with the understanding: to get well when it is compelled to do a best tonics of the age. As it
has
that, unless defense introduced the full Florida. helped me I trust it wffl help
day's work
week. .
contract entered into between Barsota every day of the .._ others and highly recommend its

forThanksgiving and the Jackson Lumber Co., the Your stomach must have'rest.. I ra-' to my many friendsT if USe

government reserved the right to introduce -But it isn't necessary starve your Jacksonville, Nov. 20.-The follow-, M DORWIN, 101 Woodland AWL!

a copy of the contract as ing appeal has been issued by theChildren's I 1 Syracuse N. Y. ,
secondary evidence, later on in the self in order to rest your stomach. July 2nd, 1906.Duffy's .
trial. Kodol Home Society of Florida: i
Dyspepsia Cure is a perfect
: To the Citizens of Florida: I
Attorneys Flournoy Loftlu and W. Pure
digestant. It will
digest all of .
.\. Blonnt Jr., of defense consulted together the food At this Thanksgiving festival when
'a for a few minutes after which you eat regardless of the condition of; ,.; ; families are expressing their gratitudeto
The best and
cheapest ; Mr. Loftin asked that the jury be in- your stomach. God for the blessings of the year, L ; Malt
to do this is to let structed to not consider certain evidence ,.. ,,< ..,.. Whiskey
way I I that had been introduced. The for kind parents, loving children and ; : ,:"":lf.:: .>.t.::#:",e::..>:;; ., '

; us frame some of those court declined to pass upon any requestto Kodol comfortable homes, Is it not a good fRo T. M. DORWIN.

:: pictures yon have. Almost -'I I charge the Jury at the particular time to show appreciation of all these If you wish to keep strong and vigorous and hue on your cheeks the glow or

will ;time, saying that the court would pass many blessings in a practical way feet health, take Duff; ', Pure Malt Whiskey regularly, accordingto directions,and tab per.
picture
any i{j upon the matter at the proper time but There are little children throughoutour no other medicine. It is dangerous to fill JOur system with drugs they
!look well in one. of our, notwithstanding this Attorney Loftin 'Dyspepsia Cure) state who are parentless, homeless body and depress the heart, while Duffy's poison taj
persisted until the court him or worse than homeless. The Puie
; j stopped Malt Whiskey tones and strengthens
frames. I It !I with a remark to the eflect that the For Indigestion Children's Home Society of Florida the heart action and purifies the entire
Dyspepsia Sou
.__ action of defense Was without precedent guarantees to find a place as a son or system. It is a food already digested. It is
and could not be allowed; at the Stomach, Flatulence, Headache, Water daughter, a 'good family home for the only whiskey recognized as a medicine,

proper, time charge \o the jury wouldbe I Brash Belching of Gas N Gastritis every such child In our state. And and contains no fusel oiL This is a guaran 0
TG em Bonk Store usea. for this work of i
considered, but the court absolutely transplanting chil- tee. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey stood '
refused to pass upon any charges I Heartburn and all .troubles arising dren from distressful conditions to Jevere tests for fifty years and has always
: C. ft. JOHNSON Prop. to the jury until the proper time ar from indigestion and non-assimilation that of purity. love and plenty. we appeal been found absolutely pure and to contain '

,. Phone 233-213 S. Palafcx. rived. Defense asked that an exception to the citizens of Florida to cooperate great medicinal properties.CAUTION. .
,.- be noted which was done although of the food. | with us, to help to lessen the \
I t sufferings of innocent children _When you ask )'OGJ'dramJt or
the court stated that it was I had dyspepsia in its worst form; was re* by providing grocer for Duffy' Para Malt Whiskey be
doubtful if defense was entitled to an real homes for them homes sure you ret tte genaine. It's the one abo
OT"ER BIGCATAMOUNT exception under the circumstances.GOVERNMENT duced in weight to 118 pounds. After using two with loving foster parents. lately pure medicinal whiskey and If sold -
and one-half bottles of Kodol I was completely The Children's Home Society of for ooly the la trade-mark Mated bottleoey the "Old In Chemist bulk. Look" oa -s

RESTS; cured and restored to my usual weight of 145: Florida has already rescued one hun- the Ubel and make rare the sui over the
dred and five children within/the cork Is unbroken. Price $1.00. Medical w4t1L
pounds. J, LUTHER JOHNSON booklet and advice
S"OTI DEFENSE OPENSThe doctor's free. Dally Malt
borders of Florida. Many of these
Wokkejr: Co., Rochester: ,N.Y.
Cleburne Tex
children are now permanently locatedin
.i, RANSOM DEAN KILLS ANOTHER witnesses on behalf of defense homes of happiness and plenty.
KODOL DIGESTS WHAT YOU
It: {were then called and sworn after EAT They sit at bountiful tables; they N. COLORING DISTRIBUTER
NEAR TURNER'S MILL which they were instructed to retire
MAKES THE tnf+nt M tk*LkI sleep In comfortable beds; they are
into the hall to await call testi-
a to Ii.-:1
respectably clothed; they live in good
SCSSKSE2IFOR
I ITQMACH IWaT,
CREEK.
Jfr.j _ families, and are regarded as members -
I The first witness called was Frank
of the family; they are caressed
I. Ransom Dean colored. resitting hall an employee of the Jackson and loved; and after awhile theft will g z
Lumber Co.. at Lockhart. where he
near Turner's mill added become good and
t creek. another men women, filling ;
(' big catamount to the number had worked at Gallagher's log camp. SALE BY places of usefulness in society.
HOOTON'S
Witness PHARMACY. ie
said the ;
r he has killed this season in the sleeping arrangements Is not all this something to be e *
were good and that the food I.
; swamps near his home. making the thankful for Shall not our praise, *
I.io third to be shot there by him during and cooking was entirely satisfactoryto and Thanksgiving be the highest on
\ the past three months. him. Witness had seeu only one "Big Harry" but could not say: whether or with a pistol. this account delivering little children .
!:z; Dean brought the catamount to Tlr man on watch at the camps who was he had been watching the cars or During the month of July McGinnis from cheerless homes from want, j .
I. Journal office yesterday morning. It the regular man; he had never seen not. Witness had liberty himself but and several others had run away; from evil surroundings
;; measured fire feet and four inches in the watchman armed. Witness said could not say if it extended to the there were many running away at It we kept these one hundred and
f length and weighed IS pounds. Dean the men were at liberty to go where other men. Witness did not know about that time. Witness said there. five children together we would reQuire
;, stated that he chased the big cat with they pleased during tile time they Osminsl4', Buckley or Jordmons. was another string of cars about half extensive buildings and many
were off duty and that anyone could William Talbot. a mila from where he .
his dog over an hour when finally lif was lodged in care-takers. In marching line they
ride the engines to and from William Talbot, of New York who which laborers
upon
got an opportunity shoot it were quartered' but would make a big showing that would .'
{Lockhart. He had never seen any attempt has been employed by the Jackson witness had not gone there at night Impress people with the magnitude of
made to stop Lumber Co., since July, the next and knew of
Obelisk Flour makes anyone. was nothing what occurred, our work. But the fact is that
a \\ tness said he had been sick whileat witness and stated that he had come there. I they
happy home. It pleases every the camp and had seen others lying from New York with a party. He had Thomas Smith. are scattered not visible over the In one state place in; they private are

of around the camp; he had never seen found the sleeping accommodationsand Thomas Smith also an employee of I .
member the family. Look families which mean that we are doing .
anyone forced to work against their food perfectly satisfactory; the I the Jackson Lumber Co.. who has bee
the best
for the
thing
for pink tickets packages., will; neither had he ever seen anyone I j treatment of the men was first rats I working for the company for over a the best thing for, society. tax-payer the best ?
beaten at the camp. as far as he could see. Witness said year, was 'next called and stated that thing for the child. Home life is the 'f'--r
Cross Examination. there was a watchman at the logging the sleeping accommodations and food "
only source of
SMACK MAKES I 1 District Attorney Sheppard conduct. camp but could not say whether he were good; he had been employed at strong characters. individuality and )
.
ed the examination of witness armed not he bad the "
cross was or ; never seen log camp; a watchman was employed \Me therefore most
earnestly
I who. upon being questioned stated the watchman guarding the men in but witness had never seen: the people of Florida to make ask.,.
F FAST TIMETHE that he believed there was a turpentine the cars or attempt to stop them. anyone attempt to interfere with the Thanksgiving Offering to this society a I
by the Witness knew Tom McGinnis who freedom of the
camp operated in
company 1 men any mannerWitness [which, has for its object the finding of : --- :
also. Witness was at the log camp came from New York with witness.He did not know of any men being I i
I a good home for '
: homeless and ; :
every :
luring July and had been at the bad seen the trouble between Gallagher forced to work : '''.
OSCEOLA SAILED FROM CAM- camp I against their will] dependent child in the state. : ,
$
j.t one time when he was sick. Wit-! and McGinnis. McGinnis refused at Lockhart. Witness also worked at .
Contributions
>> be "
I may sent to the :
PEACHEE TO PENSACOLA IN I I n5s said he did not know Jordmons, to sleep in a car with any for- the turpentine camp and conditions.at. office of the society. Room 6, Astor 11
OsminsKy or Buckley, but stated thatit I eigners. An argument ensued and that camp were excellent. Bide, Jacksonville Fla. :
ABOUT 52 HOURS. j for to have who had been
was possible these men McGinnis making Cross Examination.
:MRS. C. H. SEATON, :
(been whipped without his knowledge. trouble ever since he left New York Witness stated upon cross examination L. "
About the fastest time on record for None of the laborers remained around called Gallagher a vile name and that he was a log sealer and was State Supt ; The Cuter Music house Is now open for business. The contralto f:
J a fishing schooner. has oeen made by the camp unless they were sick. kicked at him which started the paid by the month. While at the BE CHARITABLE : scaffolding baa put In the and plate boards glass which broken obstructed by the September our store storm and and our removed Pianos can tne o"v

t the smack Osceola. of the fleet of Richard Camperon. trouble. McGinnis according to wit- camp witness slept In a car but not to your horses as well as to :your now be. examined carefully. ,.
i Warren & Co. which arrived in port Richard Camperon, in employee of IA)ea, had cut "Square Head" with a in the same car with the foreigners.I self. You need not suffer from pains :
We have the largest stock hand f
jesterda From the I the Jackson Lumber Co., stated that pen knife on the to Lockhart Witness never had : on we ever carried, as our regular ship-
it Campeachee way any trouble with of any sort-your horses need not ; ments have been continued and the pianos have piled up on us-we
fishing grounds to Pensacola the he had been employed by: the company Witness stated that the dissatisfaction -Bellinger Gallagher or other bOss I. suffer. Try a bottle of Bollard's tog to make prices to move them. are go- ii 4.
t smack consumed only about 52 hours for over a year and was well I I at the: camp was caused by a lot Witness said, as far as he knew there Snow Liniment It cures all pains. J. *:
'Which establishes! a good record foi satisfied with tae sleeping accommodations -cf fellows who didn't want to work were no restrictions upon any of the M. Roberts Bakenfield Mo, writes: aside.The Piano Buy now you and are going save to 150 buy to for$100.Christmas Terms on can best be new selected 1907 and mode e"!t g,
fast sailing. The smack had a cargo and the food furnished. Wit and who lay around the camp all the men, relative to their going back and "I have used your Liniment for ten and styles in latest finish $2$ cash, balance J10 per month no Interest i
; of 3,000 snappers which had been ness had seen; one watchman at the time. forth between the camps and Lock-: :years and find It to be the best I have, A large discount for all cash. '*

r caught at the banks. I log camp but said ho was not armed On cross examination by District hart. Witness was not at the camp ever used for man or best" Sold by Just think of it,. a $400 Piano for $300. Come and see them. These *
E t': The vessel reported upon arriving I and had never interfered with the Attorney Sheppard witness said he when the Bulgarian was beaten and< all druggists. will move them fast. pricea *-,.
l>ere that heavy weather prevailed on men; the men left the camp at night saw the beginning of the trouble between knew nothing about It. He knew io ,
.L
A few
l the fishing grounds when she sailed, if they so desired and were not Inter- McGinnis and Gallagher, but Square Head" Osmlnsky but did not She Kaew."Maria making In prices bargains on high-grade give you Pianos an idea: of the remarkable cut we are *
ie and that she was running before a fered with. Cameron never knew of hadn't seen McGinnis exhibit any know of his having been "corrected" $
; gale' almost the entire homeward trip. any restriction being placed upon the paper or contract at that time. Witness !while at the camp. said Boggles to hia'wife, One Kranteh A Bach, large upright grand fancy figure walnut case. J
with an idea of Instructing her in political When new 1550. Used one year J325 for this sale. *
special
Lost Her Mainsail. men and bad not seen any man forcedto said that another party strived Witness on redirect examination, '
f The schooner Clara M. Uttlefield work against his will. Witness did about a week after his arrival. The stated that he had not seen the foreigners eGonomy, "do you know what One new Cassell Piano regular price $325. this sale $263. tOne
the fleet of Saunders & Co.. also entered not, know of the trouble between trouble with McGinnis was the only go to Lockhart and that they: tin service Isr"luper f
yesterday from the Campeachee McGinnis and Gallagher or about any difficulty which witness saw Gallagher -generally remained at their camp. ," replied Mrs. Boggles with $3So. small Mahogany upright Packard. regular price $ISO, this sale only
f- tanks. While on the fishing grounds stealing at the camp during the monthof 'I engage In. Witness said he had Witness said he had never examined memory of recent contact with the "l r
r s>io had her mainsail carried away, July. not left the camp during the month of the cars occupied by the Hungarians I, cook, "there Isn't any." s'co0' new Kranlch & Bach Mahogany case regular price $i30, this sale :
;. the! weather being very bad with high Cross Examination.On July, neither had he seen any others Bulgarians and other foreigners and i *
winds and heavy seas and she sailed cross examination witness stat- of his party leave. Witness knew that he only knew of the condition of One Jacob Doll }(QO Piano, used two year, now $225.
at once for home, bringing a catch ed that he had been boarding at the "Big Harry" and Archie Bellinger and such cars from heresar. Firty other new Pianos just unboxed to elect from
of 700 snappers. log camp since April. Witness knew had not seen either of them on guard!I A. F. Shelley.A. .
I F. Shelley, of Florala who had in WATC-HFUL i

-- ---- July Lumber: been Co.employed, at Gallagher's by the camp Jackson and VERY I The Clutter Music HouseLargestandOIdestIntheState.

while there had slept in a boardingcar.
He stated that the sleeping accommodations f
Why Vinol Is Better Than Any Other Remedy to Restore and food at the camp A LITTLE CARE WILL SAVE MANY *
} were good. Mr. Shelby knew there I PENSACOLA READERS FUTURE *:*** ra "** a *ii "H"J.HH" i-H 'iU I"'Zliif
was a watchman at the camp, but

: had not seen him armed. Witness TROUBLE. R! ELECTRIC AND
Health and stated that the men were going back SUPPLY COMPANY
Strength and forth at all hours of the night; Watch the kidney secretions. to do w.i-T. BEDWELL* PRES- AND MANAGER.
all
he had not Prepared repairing on short notice. S'O and a
seen any restriction See tbat they have the amber hue representative will calL W. T. EldweU President Ring phone
and Manager, :05 :6 Baylf
- placed upon them during the time he o[ health; st reet. -
Because Vinol is real.Cod Liver was at the camp.
a Preparation and does not The discharges not excessive
contain a single disagreeable or harmful ingredient and is nota cross Cross examination Examination.On witness. said frequent; or in- t..9..t.....' ...............

secret formula. he had been employed by a contrac Contain no "brick-dust I ke" sedl- : :

Because Vinol contains all the medicinal elements-the tor. He had remained at the camp menLDoan's ijA: HANDSOME :
from July 20 to July 30. Witness Kidney Pills will do this for
t.* soothing, healing, strengthening and flesh creative properties said lIe had seen foreigners moving you.Thy : :
, :: ; of Cod Liver Oil-but without oil or grease. around the cars at night Witness watch the kidneys and c irfe ", .

e I .' Because 'everything in Vinol-except the tonic iron and ai' slept in slept a :car there in were which no the foreigners bookkeeper them T. Torjrensen when they're fishermen sick. thing at I: SIDEBOARD .!

fine old wine,-is actually extracted from fresh cods livers ir the car. The :associates of witness 108 South Florida Blanca 8:.. says: "1 .

and their oil.Ymbl he stated, were the bosses and he ani enjoy'ng better health than I have
not been mixed up with the foreigners had for months and I attribute It to : China Closet, or Extension Dining Table i
, Because Vinol is deliciously palatable and agreeable under during his stay at the camp. Mr. Gallagher Doan's Kidney Pills. For more than
all conditions. Everybody likes it. had asked witness to come to I two years I had difficult with my should be put in your dinipg room for :
.
court be had not served a subpoena I kidneys causing me to get up several
,Because Vinol tones up the system, strengthens every organ, Hwon him; Gallagher was paying his ''I times during the n.it and which was : Thanksgiving. Sideboards $15 to $65. China :
: nerve, muscle and fibre of the whole body and thus overcomes expenses. very annoying. I tried a numbcr 6f :

"; weakness by thoroughly eradicating the cause of disease. I S M. A. Gordon. I I When remedies I but seemed to get no relief. Closets I 18 to $75. Dining Tables up to :
M. A. Gordon ) of the saw Doan's Kidney Pills advertised
an employee
That's Why Vinol is altogether different and better than any Jackson iuuioec Co., was next called. : I 'Was feeling dull and miser .: $25. -, ,I

other remedy for Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, and all Throat, He stated he was employed as an ..1 able and could hardly get aronnd so :
!J Lung and Wasting Diseases. :engineer and slept at Lockhart. Wit- procured a box. After using the :
}, first one. I felt a great deal '
said better
ress that the accommodationsat In
. ? That's Why Vinol Restores Health and Strength to the camp were good; at night a every way and by the time I had fin 'BUYNQWPAYLATER. i

" Delicate Children, Feeble Old People, Weak and Sickly number of the mn who were accommodated rest ished was the not second box I was cured. My I .

Persons, Nursing :Mothers, and Convalescents. at the camp vent to Lock- the dull miserable disturbed at night find'i .
f. hart; there was no restriction what feeling vanished" .
ever. Witness had received orders at For sale bt all dealers. Price 50
: WE RETURN MONEY IF .IT FAILS TO GIVE: SATISFACTION times not to carry any man between cents Foster-Milburn Co, BuTalo. i MARSTON & QUINA \
New
York sole
t agents for ,
working hours unless he had a pass; States the United .

} 1 W. H. WHITE: & CO. after working hours there were_ no J Remember the name-Doan's-and : 108x110 S.PaafoxSt. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fia. *

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TRADE: U WHITEST COLLAR THE DEFENSE SIDE Standard of Quality A1 V'I:il




MARK ,MADE OF r P PEONABE ,I:'. t!1 I r ';





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SLIP-! EASY BAND (Continued:from,, Second Paa .)>

tion restrictions5and between foreigners there was and no distinc Ameri ; : <-1-1if:

The weather is never cans. .

Cross Examination.On I
sell collars.
too warm to cross'examination witness said '
he had resided" at .Laurel-Hill for 10 ; ; 1'1
,
\\
I during October, of this year. ,Witness y i : :
buy an overcoat or wool knew a; man named Barlow, who had I J1 I
fired engina for witness. Witness said :

underwear this kind of he had.not' seen'any man carried back: f
on the train by J
Gallagher, Grace cr !
other' bosses. Witness did not know 1..
weather, but we can sup- anything.of a fuss between Gallagherand t
j'I. ;
a negro and had not witnessedany

ply your collar wants further trouble. Witness did not _l'

know Jordmons, Mihaley. Buckley or : : .
now, and talk about Osminsky. Witness did.not know any f tl' I
thing about the camp at night as ,he I ;{ .j! '.
had only been there meal time. 1 !
during
later
winter togs ; ;
J. G. Owen.J. ;
G. Owen was next called to the '
Royal Brand Collars, witness stand. He stated that he was


all sizes, all kinds, 15c, employed Co., at the logging by the camp Jackson and had Lumber been Made Under U.S. 'r'-I>'if[ :

employed there about four years. The

two for 25c: accommodations at the camp were i Government Inspection t 1: I '
good. Witness had not seen any mistreatment _t\
of the men, neither had he I
it d
STANDARD C'LO'THING CO. seen any man forced to work againsthis / / / 7 }f J ; :

will. There was no restraint, so : i
far as he knew, and there was no "j'i :
Southern Cotton Oil Company) -i'I' I
discrimination between Americansand The t :

TURTON & BELL. foreigners. 'lfJ I
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870.Kcd2V Cross Examination.On L 'f : :
Supplies. Flnishiti] for Amateurs.
cross examination witness stat. I r
.---- ed that the of the ----- ---
commissary com
DAILY TOWEU-SUPPLY.JttJNYAN'S pany was at Lockhart; the men went was employed at the camp. He t slept>I went there when necessary to fix the I : :I"i

( ROLLERS... there on pay days to have a settlement in a car with foreigners cf several telephones. He had taken 50 or 60 :

CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY, with the company. Witness was nationalities Witness never heard of meals at the camp since entering the
$1.00 PER MONTH. employed as log sealer and was paid the "whipping barn." He knew service of the company; he had never ; :f1;
Frone 846-2 rings. M. G. RUNYAN.
Pensacola, Florida. by, the month. He was not aroun nothing about any whippings at the slept in the cars. Witness said he .
the camps at night and knew nothingof camp and said he had paid no atten- had walked through the cars during } ) j. 111

any restriction that may have been tion to anything of that kind as; It ;his visits but had never inspected .
SCARRITT MORENO.SAFES practiced. Witness said he had heard was none of his business. Witness I them; he imagined he would not [
OF ALL DESCRIPTtONS.Aent nothing about men running away; had wis first notified to appear in court; by i mind sleeping in the cars, but not 11 ,! jt
for Diebold Canton.Safe Ohio.and Lock Co., seen no bloodhounds or anything but Gallagher whom he met in Florala. I with the foreigners. Witness had I .

Cf.ce! and Salesroom-20 E. Gov. St. some little dogs belonging to negroes Lewis May. I heard a few words on the platform after ;\ ..
and had abused or beaten. Gallagher and Jordmons went out, J
seen no one Lewis May, watchman employed: by I : :
Witness said he and "Big Harry" and the Jackson Limber Co. was next i but stated it was nothing unusual; arguments tt<
DR. ALICE W. HERMAN, Gallagher were good friends; he ha called. He stated briefly his duties : were common at the camp. 1
CHIROPODIST. never seen either of them with a gun.O. which principally consisted of taking I There were 1J or 15 men outside of 1-

Room 301. Brent Building, 3d Floor. Haskell.Mr. care of the engines. Witness had no !the car when the trouble occurred. r1f;
\::1ms.. Bunions ingrowing nails re- i Witness did not know any of those
orders to interfere
with the IIIRI'.y
rxned scientifically without pain. Man!. Haskell stated that his last employer men
I 'jrtag a Fpecialtv: 24octlm was the Jackson Lumber Co.. way and pall no attention to the employed at the camp by name and
I
would only recognize a few. ; f 1i
men except occasion when : ] :
for whom he worked from July 15 to upon one
i witness heard
The
only expression
he looked for McOinnii at the
request
been at the ,
Sept. 1. having employed
SOMETHING NEW of Gallagher. Oa one occasion another Gallagher make was when the latter ; 4
logging accommodationsat '
The
Eold-fllled! Bsaisti Pins, 25 and 30c per pairW. the camp,camp.were good, both as to watchman was put on for two or said: 111 run you 'away."teach"" Witnessdid t j J'LI
not think the word was
A. Gahlenbeck. 213 S. Pllafoi! Si' sleeping and eating. There was a three days when some stealing had trouble r :
with the
used in connection
watchman at the but wit. taken place in the cars. J 1
night camp between Gallagher and Jordmons. : ; : ;
Witness
stated that the accommoda-
could not whether he went
COTTRELL, ness say Witness had seetf' men drinking f '
armed not Witness could not tions were good as could be expected. ; : t
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. or' say whiskey at Lockhart and they appeared ;
Pensacola ;ia.R. whether the watchman guarded the There was no (rpstraiat ihe men being to be drunk when on the way q
men in the cars or not; he had never allowed to go and come as they back to Witness had been at : ;
--- camp. !
plessed. The men wura free to yt oa
him with them. The
seen Interfering the when the men back
I K. WHITE men were at liberty to go where they the train to Lockhart whenever they from camp work and at those times came the men I : L ,
ttatclnra&er.Manuftctur.ngieweler. and Graduate pleased at night and witness knew of saw fit. There W'lg no .listmction between Witness
in of the bosses.
were charge I i
eIICIn.30 S. feiafcx Street Pensacela. Fla. restrictions having been placefl upon Americans and foreigners at L.
no had never seen any of the foremen .
them. There was no discriminatIon the camp.Cross them. I I t tI
with
Examination.On pistols upon -If, ,
between Americans and foreigners Harry Myers. I I f !
; : J
most of the went on cross examination witness said r"t.'l
Tersely Told ; foreigners Defense then called'Harry Myers I ; f .
Saturday night as it was common for he came south from Chicago. At the an employee of the ,Jackson LumberCo. ; j
the company to cash checks for themon camp he worked at night and slept who came from New York in I i- .
;
J. P. O'Connor has returned from Saturday nights. Witness knewof during the day. Witness stated: that July. Witness worked at the logging I ( 'I :

Montgomery, where he weat recentlyon no mistreatment at the camp and( the men. were occasionally: :; troublesome camp and was treated well daring the 1 t t

P. TomaseHo! of Bagdad. was In the : work against his will them a "Sunday school" lecture the camp about a week before the / i i' :

ntr yesterday on a short business Cross Examination.On which quieted them. Witness stated storm and was slightly indebted. to j !
llblt witness slated that he had nettr ,carried a gun and the company' when he left He knew
cross examination did not consider It necessary. Witness that stealing had been done dur- ;
w. C. that he had been employed as some
McLaughlin, of Florala, was said he neveheatl of
anyone whether or
not
but could
in the city yesterday on one of his railroad foreman and had had charge running away from the he had ing July say 1 ,
camp; not an additional watchman had been t .
i
regular; business visits. i of a gang. Witness stated that he ever known of being returned "
anyone
had not
I put on. Witness seen anyone
did not carry a revolver while at the
Mayor Eric von Axelsen, of Laurel to the camp. beaten or forced to work against I
The only boss at the camp ;
camp.
HH in the shak- John restraintand
was city yesterday Voigt. their wilL There was no
witness knew was Gallagher, but he
Inc hands with his many friends. John Voigt, employed by the Jack no discrimination between Americans .r
f
said he knew -Big Harry Angelo t !
son Lumber Co., as locomotive engineer and foreigners.
Mr and Mrs. Chas. G. Van Matre and Bellinger. Witness saw Angelohit .
ft .\o 701 West Main street, are a water boy with a' stick because vas next called. He was employed Cross Examination.On i i
the parents of a fine boy, who ar- he would not give"water to other than most of the time runn'ng: between cross\examination witness stated j
Lockhart and the CUll: He that he cane with the last crew !
rived
at their home Sunday morning. the men of the gang with which he
vas familiar with the sleeping! z comraodations -from New York which! reached the
did know
connected. He not
l E Lesser of Birmingham, pub- was at the camp, and said that camp on July 18. Witness said when
whether of the bosses carried a
Esher of a German paper of that city any they were good; the food was "prettyfair he left the camp he went alone to
looked
had
and German immigration agent for gun or not-he never fora ," and witness had ro complaintto Gonzalez. He did not know Laninger.
Alabama, is in the.city on a business gun and it was, in fact, none of his make. Witness sta'ed that as far Witness while at the camp, was en- ft ; .
business. Witness saw
never a man
visit! as he could see the men vrere well I gaged In driving a team. lIe knew
returned to the by Gallagher or
The fishing schooner Favorite, any of the other camp bosses. treated; he had never seen anyone I Bellinger, "Big Harry," and Angelo ; ,
He
abated. but did not know Louis May.
hich! fell from the blocks which Witness that
upon stated he was paid by t
The named Louie, but t
witness
men
said were free to knew a watchman ;
ab had been placed and rested on her the month, but had not drawn any
and come as they pleased and had him through the
go as never seen go
slie in the water near Cedar street, on account during the time he
money .
has been righted and it was found far as he knew, there was- abs:lutely cajs; with a lantern. Sometimes the !4 : :
that no restraint and thete'as no distinction men would get into a row,, but it
she suffered little damage from
between foreigners and would be stopped by the men. Witness !
ttp fall The vessel is now in such j
Americans. Witness knew of one had never seen anyone whipped
.
i positon that she be floated with
can
COFFEEALLAN'S
bat little trouble. watchman, but had never seen him while at the camp Witness said he I
armed. had been in Pensacola since the
Capt H. O. Amundsen of New York, On cross examination witness admitted -: storm; Buddy Talbot had met him
*ho has been In Mobile for some time having seen several revolverson during yesterday and asked him to (

pasr making a survey of the wrecked FAMOUS BLEND. different persons Gallagher: and come to court. Witness had not I
vessels at that port for the under*rit'as Bellinger among them. Witness on talked with anyone on the subject on
agency, reached this city yester- several occasions carried men from 1'which he was testifying. He left

4sy morning. His business here is EVERY CUP'S A CUP OF JOY." Lockhart to the camn alter their arrival -}Lockhart because he wanted to see :
In connection with the disposition of from New York. It was about"ISP"" of the country.
the Italian ship Ingrid, for the floating the time that these people arrived I j Witness knew Gallagher. but' had :

cf shich bids have been requested by A Few of the Many Who Use and that an order was issued ir-tkiug not spoken vith him about the case. [ S.i S
tie! owners.If Recommend it. passes necessary during the day. or with anyone else.
Court then adjourned until 2 o clock Pat Murphy.Pat I
'
YOU want. something better get Kandy Kitchen Kompany, City. p. m. :Murphy a former employee of ;;
Pier Nick Apostle JS'o. 2. City. Lumber Co.. who came
Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. Ab- Club, City. Afternoon Session. the Jackson
Osceola
1I011Ipl pure, go twice as far, and Cafe Nonpareil. City. The first witness called at the afternoon I from New York stated that he came ,
the fiiue Ribbon Flavor" is perfec- 1. )I. C. A.. City. session of the court was J. B. .to Lockhart with a number of others. 1
Len.sk for the 25c size. Klondyke Cafe City.TW. City. I Carpenter, an employe of the Jackson He left the service of the companyon !
Cafe Royal
L. Bell City. Lumber Co. at Lockhart. He had of- October 27; fce was even with the
City. ten visited the when he left No one had J
Jno. H. :Mulloy logging camp and stated company
Obelisk Flour has all the U Willis. Citr. that the accommodations there tried to prevent him from leaving. 1

merits of all other good flour H.Gus F.Eitzen.DeBroux.City.Navy Yard. were, good. The men at the camp, he Murphy said the accommodations at I
Mrs. II. Tate. City* said, had the privilege of visiting at the camp suited him; he had never ;
and merit of its own besides. Hr. Walker Willis. Montgomery, Ala. Lockhart when they so desired and seen anybody tatea/ forced to I

Look tor pink tickets in Mr.Mrs.Joe Jas.Grant F. Hart., City.Athens, Ga. there was no distinction between work against their will. He knew i

C. J. Oertlng, City.C. Americans and foreigners. He knewa the watchman, but had never seen : I
package McK. Oerting. City.J. man with whom Gallagher had had him guarding the men in the cars or f J
l'
W. Coons City. with them in any. way
some trouble, and upon Manuel Jord- interfering
JUDGES ANNOUNCED J.Pilots D. Kendall Navy ,Yard.City.Beneto t j mona being brought in said he be- An extra watchman had been put over i : Ii

Walter Caro.Langford City.City. lieved Jordman was the man. Wit- ,Continued on Page Eight F 1 I
in the office
SKATING CONTESTAt Theo. Ingraham. City. ness was working on a ;
-
Jno. Collins City. telephone; the first he knew of the E y
Hruce's Skating Rink on West Albert Uiera. City. trouble was when Gallagher and Jord-
Joe Roth, City.
Konuma. street tonight, the judges for Mrs. W. S. GarHrtd,(City. \. mons were standing in the room the .; '
fancy dress skating contest will Miss Lill'e! Taylor. City. latter near the door; Jordmons gave It's a Relief ,
** Nr S. R. M. Kennedy F. }\[. Blount James Scholls City. Gallagher a shove; Gallagher then
and R. C. Caldwell and they will Dr.Mrs.Thos.Ella .W :berbf;?". dropped the desk at which he stood. I to be free from tan old headaches ; f' .r

""""rd the prizes for the prettiest cos- Win. Warren, City. Jerked Jordmons into the building and and nervousness .
"*&* and most graceful skater. And others too numerous to mention I slapped him a couple of times. Gal- caused : I 1
lagher and Jordmons had both gone byCOFFEE I : ;
i i
"If I had But Known!" out after the difficulty; witness was .
''lt-j sure Gallagher had not kicked the I :
,1 I is a common expression. WEST FLORIDA I -THERE'S A REASqN"
"' and he had :
man not heard Gallaghercurse
spoken. wh n too latft I will I : I
.rl'V under Last him. This difficulty occurred
there
oath that BAKERYN. I:
*t'l i bt.cn a of fromTauy STEAM some time after dinner. j : J
case lockjaw II

'*;,I1se' 11 it henIarris'at the start.Salve For was sale used.M'iy at. McK. Uerting! Prop, On cross'Cross examination Examination.witness said II PO T.!! M J ; j ij

"arcis: Pharmacy. SOL6-HANDLERS FOR CITY be cam from near Birmingham to ,I'I
G. E. Harris, Lockhart In January of this :year; be f i

4.1 L Intendencia, Pensaeola, Fla Phone 242. loS Sooth Palafoi! Strut I did not work at the camps and only _
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fi. lie $utoln Joutnal opinion and whole undoubtedly attempts state Is that for"strike to two-thirds this force purpose a a snag.of tax the ha"on next-rtll Our the I r ;CQ I I DefUNIAK I It I !


legislature will pass bills over his _

veto.-Lake City Index.
Special: tb The Journal. .
DAILY WEEKLY. SUNDAY. Dredges Still at V-k. Hacodo Ala., Nov. 20.-Despite the Special: to The Journal.
rain and storm of yesterday quite a I DeFuniak Nov. 20.-1Ir. D. E. Richardson -
: PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Governor Broward and the drainage gathering assembled at the cemetery is in Tampa attending ,the
commissioners will go right along about at the
one mile from the depot fair.
..BY... with the work of reclaiming the ever- grave of R. O Hart who died a few Rev J. L. Thompson preaches his
glades and will ascertain whether or j. else
weeks ago. farewell sermon at the First Baptist above all is
THE JOURNAL COMPANY.FRANK not the propositon is feasible or not and has :&I
At 10 o'clock over fifty members of church on Sunday evening

--l_ ___- __ __ JU----$ -- The dredges are already at work. It the Masonic order assembled In a 'accepted a call at Dothan. Alabama.! \ what you look for
and the building of the Key West extension room near the church and formed and !lr, Thomas and family will be muchmissed Shoes and
L ,MAYES. President and General Manager in
mean much for the. future of your ,
marched .
to
the church, taking special in the community.Mr. .
-- Florida.-Ocala Banner. seats reserved for them. and Mrs George Reisenger and 0 that'swhatyouget

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. People Will!: Change Views. The wife one son and two daugh- I j son from Cleveland: Onlo are here for ,

I Yes Pauline the Manatee Record ters occupied seats in front of the the winter. 0 ,in the celebrated

SUBUCRIPTION RATES --- stood tor drainage and althoughthe rostrum. Music was rendered by the i: President and Mrs.allace Bruce
l choir which included the members of I'J and Mr. Malcolm Bruce arrived here
t One Tear .. .. ..........$5 00 One Month ,.. .. ... .. ,.. 45 people. from a like of proper understanding -the different lodges participating in1' FrIday evening and are now at the

C' Six Months .. .. .. .. .. 2 50 One Weelc. .. .. .. .. .. 10 of the question voted the the services Hark From the Tomb !! hotel chautauqua which will be
: Three Months. .. ... '.. 125 WeeklyEditkm.-per year.$1 CO constitutional amendment down. we I a Doleful other -I{
Sound, and appropriate : opened shortly.
are still of the same-opinion, and feel
f. hymns rendered. A beau-i Mrs Miller and Mrs. Peafield from
--- -- satisfied that the people will believeas were I
do I tiful psalm was read by Rev. W. I. i{ Wausban Mass., are In town for their
The Only Penaacola newspaper From Whtch a Detailed we before two years have
Martin, cf Laureal H11L followed by usual winter visit hoes
elapsed-Manatee Record
Circulation Statement Can Bo S.c",d.I an appropriate prayer. !{! Mrs. Egbert, who has been visiting

f Wont Tax Whole State. Mr. Martin announced his text from friends up north returned Saturday

Governor Broward has said that he first Corinthians 15 chapter 55, 56 evening!

Editorial "09"* 38 Papers en Sale on Trains would veto a measure to tax the whole and 57 verses'. Theme, "The Resurrection The \\omans Town Improvement c: For 52 Years they have
I PII.... {Btitlnm OHlee 1500 I state to pay for the drainage of the of the Body. He presented to Association are getting up play been on the Market. For
and at all News Stands.'
everglades. So we are safe anyhowso I the audience some of the doctrinesand which will be given in the auditorium n p 52 Yean we have been

long as he is governor, unless two- principles of the order. Thanksgiving nignt entitled "Brother improving every little
He said if antiquity is any evidenceof Jcsiah.: The proceeds: will be givento -
thirds of the legislature could be Induced -
Offices-Journal Building-Corner lntendnoia end DeLuna Sts. Detail. For 52 Yean good
I true worth bear the palm. for the
to vote for a measure makingan they the fire department purpose
appropriation.-Winter Garden Masonry antedates all other societies cf purchasing: helmets: eta, for Merchants have been

i: PENS\COLA. FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 21 Ricochet and benvoleat organizations. Referring protection during fires selling them. For 52 Years satisfied Men Women and Cbildrhave
1906.
I to the resurrection of the There will be an election) here on been wearing them. Think of this Record of Popularity
:
body be said ItS Impression so Indelibly Dee. 9 for city councilmen.

t i Money Spent in Recent interests to supply his campaign fund, stamped upon the Master Ma- Harley Wickersham and James when buying your next pair of Shoes and remember that,"Friedman
j JflBAGDAD Looks tad Comfort, but above all
-
but all for -I ISpe son's mind that as long as memory Prescott are candidates for council- Shoes" have also Style. they give

j: I New York Campaign.The wrong a candidate to supply held her eeat among the faculties of : more than your Mu */* worth, in W EAR.
his own campaign fund. Of the the soul he men.Mrs. you
could the .
New Orleans under never forget sacred i P. D. Bevnlle and baby son
Picayune, shown
Fall the."Ftle"Dealer
two, we will take the latter and as lesson. went to Meridian, M'ss! ; Friday to Be sure to see: the handsome Styles now by
the lal to The JournalBagdad l fit and
somewhat be
fr opprobriously suggestive town. He'll sum to please j ou.
I between Mr. Hearst and Mr. Hughes Nov. 20'-The skating rinkis After the sermon the brothren assembled visit among relatives. in your
t head "Buying up an Election dis- around the grave and Hon. J.I I Looks with"Adulic: Shoes."
common decency will find much still the chief attraction and the
more ."
,
I :Mr. Hearst's In F. IItF'Menonadam[ with"Pacific SLoe
cusses expenditures young people bere after many falls Richbourg conducted the usual F
to commend in the ser-I' with! "Little Samm"School
he
course ; Shoo.
t recent- New York campaign as fol-- persued and stumbles. are about to gain the vices in a very impressive j HOME VAPOR BATHS.Two ,
l J'the : I than in the men and methods which Mr. Hart was connected with a mer-

-T 1.There. is a law in New York state i were employed to defeat him. art.Miss Christine McDonald- of De- cantile company in Hacoda and wasa War by Width Effective R_
Funiak Springs, spent Sunday with successful farmer. He left his fam- suits Can Be Obtained.
requiring public candidates who were i Ipledi a
Toted for in public political elections The government yesterday rested her sister. Miss Wilibel McDonald.. ily in good circumstances and he Sponging with salt water is often

t to furnish detailed, certified or sworn its case in the peonage trial In this A public dance was given Friday carried insurance for abcut four recommended as a tonic for delicate

: 1 statements of the money spent by I city and the manner in which District night at the pavilion.Mr. thousand dollars. persons. A pound of coarse salt is dissolved MAKER ST. LO'USA

;r. them in such campaign. !Attorney Sheppard has prepared and P. D. BeVille, on his return in tour gallons of water and .

1-: I In an account of his campaign ex'penses ;presented the evidence in this from DeFuniak Springs to eastern: Q cttm and Answers.To the body well! sponged with the solu- SUCCESS FOR\52YEAR5 _
case Alabama stopped off for two days play this game it i U best to sit In
submitted to the secretary of
tion. After brisk friction should
!! state at Albany. William R. Hearst 'which has been of such widespread with his daughter. Miss Gary BeVille. a clrclp, and until the end of the game drying
be the whole surface.A .
I declared he had spent $256,37022, or interest, shows him to be a fearless Rev. Mr. Anderson filled his regular no OUR must speak above a whisper. I applied over mm" 1'' II

I" more than 30 cents for every rote 'officer in the discharge of his duties appointment here Sunday at the Pres- The flrst player whispers a questionto vapor bath can be given by seat-

1: he received in the recent gubernatorial and reflects great credit his legal byterian church. hi* neighbor such as, "Do you like I ing the person in a cane bottom chair
upon
I election. I The missionary rally at the Methodist rose?" This question now belongs to pinning a blanket around the neck and

i ,1 ( Governor-Elect Hughes pleaded abilities. The country needs church Sunday night was conducted the second player and he must remember -I letting it fall to the ground on all sides.
: guilty to epending on his election more such able courageous and con- by Rev. .bllisor. It proved to bea Under the blanket place a large pantwothirds form one of the requirements of life
ItThe
I
L I ,,$61855, or something like 8 cents for scienceous prosecuting officers as Mr. very pleasant service. The singingwas second player "Yes, full of boiling water. Into Clean I Clothes I Yours will always be clean It you
answers,
send them to
|: : every 100 votes he received. Sheppard has proven himself to be. enjoyed by all, especially the two :I they smell so sweet," and this answer this plunge hot bricks one at a time

]: ) Not since the law requiring candidates numbers by the quartette. The recitations I the (two or three will be enough). In a The New Method Laundry,
to first The second
5 for public office to file a list of It is said that Charley Fmley of were appreciated and a very belongs player. short time the patient will be In a per PHONE 1186 E. W. LAW R E N C Eo Prop Nt. Ihtholl Luadl'J Ildl- W. I J."U 51 l

* their expenses Rent into effect a number Lake City, 'will be tne next secretaryof neat sum was made up for the benefit I player now asks his neighbor a ques- spiration. Dry with warm towels and AGENTS WANTED.
Of foreign missions. tion. taking care to remember the anSwer -
':: of years ago has any one seeking the Florida senate. Looks as if put her to bed. This Is effectual treat-
: the favor of voters admitted spend- Quite a number of young people as it will belong to him. Perhaps
Jng one-tenth of the sum for election Columbia county owns this job but were Invited to the K. of P. Hall in he has asked his neighbor, "Are you ment for a bad cold if 'the sufferer can ---- TWBruce's

:r purposes avowed by Mr. Hearst. The no kick ought to be coming as longas Milton friday night to the dance fond of potatoes?" And the answer be kept warm the next day.

-: % sum in magnitude is far and away she supplies it with such men as given by the young men of the town. may have been Tea when they are A vapor bath can be given In bed I

: greater than any other recorded on Appleyard and Finley. When Finley Mrs. Eva Howe left Tuesday morn- fried." with the aid of a teakettle a spirit Skating Rink.
j the books of the ing to attend the Tampa fair. lamp and two chairs. Substitute blankets -I
state for that particular : -.left the position same years ago he'was The So the second player has now a ques-
cloudy, windy weather Satur-
purpose for the cotton sheets, then make a :
succeeded by Appleyard It day and the tion and an answer belonging to him
night
who. extreme tide
;: Of the high them
I amount expended by Mr. tent of the bedclothes by raising I
which be must remember.The .
is rumored will made us all afraid of another storm.
: Hearst now gracefully retirein '
as reported to the Secretary over the chairs laid sideways on the I
,
Mrs. J. B. Campbell of DeFunlak game goes on until every one
1 I-of State he gave to John G Follans- favor of his predecessor.The bed, and introduce; the spout o&the tea
Springs was in town _Saturday as has been asked a question and givenan I

t rbee League, treasurer$155,87022 of the and to Independence William J. Christmas murder trial in the also was Mrs. Jno. Newton of. Milton. answer and cads player must be kettle under the tent. The kettle can ,{The crowds are nightly increasing- the popu-
be the
rConners, chairman of the Democratic circuit court at Marianna and the sure to bear In mind that it is the kept boiling by placing lighted
Delate PREDICTION GREAT WAR. he is asked and the lamp underneath It. lar Bruce's Skating Rink. Fine music
committee $57OvO The rexnainder peonage cases in the federal court in question answer ..every. night. !
bath should not be Immediately -
: :) he his which to him. A given
$ )00. spent for traveling neighbor giv/es Belong
!: \--eXJenses. Pensacola are the. leading legal at- Everybody Will Be .Aralnit America. At the end of the_game each player after a full meal; but if the Courteous treatment and strict order-prevails
tarctions for this week in west Flor- Sara General :'Kilt:: every
Ibis strength is much reduced, some light
vast of
!, I sum money was spent gives his question and answer aloud in .
Jin an .effort to secure a public office ida. General Nelson A. Miles recently said the following manner: refreshment before,it ,will help the invalid night ., /->- ?--. .,,

\which pays only 510.000 a year. Can The recent cartOQn of the late at Philadelphia that be expected war "I was asked 'Do you like roses?" to bear the fatigue-with less ex .

;. I there be a more striking and hideous to come shortly after the opening of the and the answer was ''Yes when they haustlon. Baths are an active remedial

t'I j picture of political corruption than Mayor Nolan of Jacksonville in the Panama cacal. fried.' The next "I agency,'and for that reason can easilybe
are player says: FANCY DRESS NIGHT.
Euch an outlay to buy up votes in ani Metropolis, of that city, has been censured .
"When It does come, he said 11 was asked 'Are you fond of potatoes?* misapplied. They should never be
i' election of an official to the chief by many, of the state papers.It i will be the United States against the and the answer given In serious Illness without the I
was Tea
r Magistracy of the they are
greatest state of was, inappropriate, to say the least. I world. Commercial rivalry will be at but don't sanction: of the doctor In charge of the '
J the-American Union* very pretty, they wear 'Special feature for Wednesday night ana
the bottom of the struggle, which will well'" ,case and his directions should be asked every
t: I Why there is Forest fires are the lower
certainly, "more
a raging in
be the most terrible,the world has ever and followed In the matter of temper
1 striking and hideous picture of political portion of Dade county. Major seen. SOVM'I-Band. *" ature and duration. lady is requested to appear in fancy dress. A prize

f > corruption" if the Picayune's cor- Abrams must have been correct when "In such event the and
an army navy One child is chosen to represent Son-
will be awarded the
i poration proclivities would he said the Everglades would burn. to most graceful lady' skater, and
I permit would not avail the country much, he ea& He assigns to each player the NEGLIGEE DRESS AT CHURCH .

i }that paper to look at It. continued. "The United States has name of a 'different musical instrument -
Sixteen members, of the next state one to the lady appearing in the prettiest skating cos
i I lOneII'ould imagine from the Pica- senate will "be eligible for election to about 3 per cent of the commerce of the names some familiar air and fen In Shirt Sleeve Women Bare

! \yune's treatment of the subject that' world and other nations have the rest. waves his baton while they hum the beaded and In Shirt Waists tume.Ten minutes will be
the presidency .of that body but it allowed each ladies and
Struggle would have to be made single ,
There
rf Hearst spent all the money that was air and play on their imaginary instru was a decided Innovation In .
looks as if about fifteen of them are handed against them all It will have ments. All meanwhile march in place. the attire of ladles and gentlemen at
I If disbursed during the New York for fast
cam

The afraid of the Hunt. its inception in commerce. and the When Sousa lowers his baton to his church the other day when 200( businessmen gentlemen, skating. Open every night except -
palgn. Picayune
Il would have It United! States and other nations will be side all stop Immediately. Failure to of Alexandria, Ind., and all the
I appear that the paltry little $61853which Since the defeat of drainage, little Saturday from 7:30 to 10 o'clock.
4 like a tot of dogs fighting over a bone. do so causes the offenders to be removed .- women of the congregation appearedat ,
y Hughes swore that he himself has been heard of the value of Sid The X"nlfed State, as I say. has 3 per from the-band. When there are the Main Street Methodist church

t ? xpended was all the money that the Carter stock. cent only of all commerce. It will but few left they 'march about the the largest in the city. in negligee costumes F. BRUCE Prop. and Manager.

t opponents of Mr. Hearst put Into circulation And the peonage battle goes merrily seem to others therefore that they havea room, Sousa In front and sometimes the men being in their shirt ,

i. l in order to beat him. on. 97 per cent right to the canal against walking backward. He does not stop sleeves and the ladles in shirt waists Wi ......,."..

t No doubt that is all Mr. Hughes this country's 3 per cent. Struggle Is advancing when he lowers his baton, says an Alexandria dispatch. All)

r4 Hi" i Z\ Inevitable." and the promptly removed their hats when they
In close
himself did spend-but how much did difficulty keeping I
f. the forces that ; That the struggle he foresees is not watch of his movements while advancing reached their pews. Come of the ladies To Develop the C&eit.
were behind
him
?
t DRAINAGE PROSPECTS likely to come for some time Is General soon causes others to drop out of came bareheaded and all sat: bareheaded The best exercise for development !. I
spend # FOR THE FUTURE. ., It Is wen brooms of
tOfkaDWtaat
Miles' but later
,
opinion sooner or
the senices.The ,
} the line. The last one left in line becomes during a stretching movement Stretch well ,
And why did they spend it? t I; i-Ht fHGoing he says, class commercial interest In Sousa next time. If the last change was brought about at a and thoroughly over and over again green straw do not war as wen a

How much and why did the gas South America and about the isthmus I few performers are' equally matched, meeting on a recent Sunday afternoon until the muscles of the arms and those of the natural color. More broomI

: trust, the traction trust, the ice trust Ahead. Is certain. Then will begin the great choose a new conductor by counting when It was proposed to the boulders feel quite loosened. One csa are used Jc tnV kttcheo
f the franchise grabbers the ballot box The governor says he Is going right war. out rather than prolong the game. congregation that during the heated do so lying down or standing but it it ether part of the house, ao do not Icy

; "stuffers the corporation corruption ahead with the drainage work.-Mon- term the male members should appear best when stretching the shoulders t.tand. green ones under the impression tut
I I5 tlcello News. riches as' lightning without coats. The advocates they vUl outlast the etherstaiflaekward
Ista and the corporate powers generally 11slryassalls Care of B by'. Ears. of the While In' an upright position

i :' spend to elect Mr. Hughes and Perhaps, does the highest towers; or, as a tree Few mothers and fewer nurses no- new departure said that: the most uncomfortable throw the arms to the back of the head

I that Is heavy laden with fruit breaks tice when down whether day of the week to them and stretch well
defeat :Mr. Hearst? Perhaps the drainage fight is over they lay a baby After:she has exercIsed Lee _

: They did spend it-no one will and perhaps it has Just begun.-Win- Its own boughs, so do riches destroy the soft little car Is crumpled underor was Sunday made so by the enforced her back and..shoulders In thla Do you ever look back,over your cull

t deny that-and they had a reason for tel Garden Ricochet. tie virtue of their possess ---Knrton.An lying close' back to the head. They wearing of coats to Sunday school and:: c I way a woman will find it hard to sit ina and think how many times :you fcav '

Amusing experiment.A rarely take the trouble when they holda : the religious! services that followed.: stooping attitude and she will without .
made da-i
It. a fool We
r spending Does not our New Orleans Determined to Drain. otJ1tOraeif
said
simple kaleidoscope be mad They they were accustomed toW
may baby te> see that. it* ears are in a effort square her ,shoulders and Mancos
., contemporary think that this .drain The governor says he is going to by any boy or ;girl by,taking. a straIght' natural position, but will hold it for their coats when reaching their hold herself erect. TlmesTribnae.Is .

constitutes amore- striking and the Everglades just the same. lamp chimney-an argand one is best the longest time with the head pressed places of business during the week and
When
he has
and how. not yet made
: hideous picture of political corrup--, public.-:Starke Telegraph. -and painting the outside of it black. against their bosom and the ear turned I many of the merchants and others '
"
.: tion" than that furnished by Mr. If you make a pinhole In a piece of forward instead of back. "As the waited on customers in their shirtsleeves the joy of the household, for without

Hearst who expended simply his own To Continue Fight. paper and bold it at one end and look twig is bent the tree Is IDcline
I money and did net receive his support Governor Broward has not yet givenup at it through the other it will appearas with as m.rcli force to the pbyfc They were extremely uncomfortable no happiness can be complete. !

from sources that will now claim his drainage scheme and announces a number of circles of 1'ght.' It IB leal as to the moral :groTla ot a child in church on Sunday and they proposed .sweet the picture of mother and babe
protection his intention to continue the the cylindrical surface that reflects that a resolution be adopted that no Angels''smile at and commend th oV.

in their crimes at the hands fight. We admire his courage thoughhis and causes this. If now you fasten Footless Han to Ron For Con.1'Pai. coats: : be worn. This was heartily thoughts and aspirations of the mothel

of the man whom they elected gover- chances of winning do not look two pieces cf glas at one ene) of the William R. Scullln. candidate for the: agreed to. and the male members of the bending over the cradle. The ordeal through

nor? Courier very bright-Informant just at present.-Bartow chimney placing between then beads Democratic nomination for congress U : congregation appeared at all the sen- 0 I C E ,which tbe expectant mother must pass however

We will grant that Mr. Hearst spent and bright colored bits of glass so that the Twelfth Missouri district! : Is a well ': Ices in their shirt B'esves.! The womcit is so full of danger and suffering that sh
!' an enormous amount of in his Look known lawyer: but Is badly cripp'ei! heard of the proposed action end
: money Pleasant and-Pay. they may move.asyou turn the chimney wore looks forward to the hour when she shaltfeel

I\ campaign-but the money was his Do not look anything but pleasant yon will have as good a kaieido his test< having been crushed off la a shirt waists and took o:! their hats. the exquisite.thn11 of motherhood with indescribable dread and er.

when -ie tax collector comes around, as would care to buy. railway wreck says a St Louis correspondent -
money was It not? The money that cope you
Every should know or c1i44
;: as the whole state will now have toP of the Chicago Record-HcraH There Are Other woman that the danger pain and horror : '

I he spent in an effort to be elected I :')' for the drainage of millions of Generous.A lie wes born in St. Louts In 18S1 "If I had growled old birthcan be entirely] avoided by the use of Mother's .Friend: a scientific
the ,
did my way
not come from criminal interj tcies of lands belonging to a few little! tliree-jear-old. whose mother and received his education In the publii Tightflst as he ory ned his rcornin liniment for external use only, which toughens and renders pliable all
ests \
that
the
j furnished campaign I squandering corporations. Barto'v was mixing a simple cough medicine schools and at a loccl law Institute mail the breakfast the parts, and assists nature in
table "I'd
I fund for Mr. Hughes's election. j Record. for him, watchSvl her curiously and His father is a real estate ellean have at I its sublime work. ,By its

Had Mr. Hearst been elected he I II Wants Drainage Continued. asked if it was good. He was permitted his uncle, John ScuIIin Is conspicuous! in a.sign the placed' on every letterbox I I I thousands of women MOTHER'S
city/
: i would have been under no obligationto It as a financier and Friends:
I pleases the Record very much to to taste. promoter. "What kind passed this greaj crisis in
any of these Interests-can the know that Governor Broward intends "Oh, mamma." be exclaimed "it's of Mr. ScuPin! say that he is tic logical l of a sign? queried feet safety and without

same be said of Mr. Hughes? to continue the drainage of the Everglades awful good! Let's keep it all for candidate and that his physical defects his wife. I I pain..

And as for "buying up an election" notwithstanding the vote on (In p.'l." will not prevent his makIng! a winning: "One reading, Post no bills/ I Sold at $s.ooperbatde druggists. Our book
the amendment The knows should noailnatioa answered the of priceless value to all FR'IEN I D
I. since Mr. Hearst did not do it, who : his governor race he receive the old Taan. Chicago women sent free. Address
duty and he proposes to perform The Persian Zoo. wblch ha Is seeking. News. I! 1lRADnEl.D'REQULATOIr
did?-was it the interests which elected it.-Manatee necord the you ever see a two headed cat ) CO.. All..,.. Ga

I; Mr. Hughes? And it Hearst had With five legs that are black and blue.
f?' bought the election wouldn't he even Will Strike a Snag.. And horns like a cow. and elephant earl
Gov. Broward. in an interview in And neck lIke a mutton stew
those circumstances have occu- the Tallahassee Sun.
says that "as
pied a much more laudable position :soon aa! they (the people) realize that Did Its you tall ever like a see kangaroo.a mouse with wings.

tl'under.. than a man whose election had been all the expense of drainage must fall Its nose like a couple of scrambled eggs f I

bought for him? upon them unless this tax is paid on I often have. Haven't youT.
the swamp lands in this
We have district tney
'with
no sympathy these Just lie on the floor near a Persian rue.
will find how grievously
political Pharisees who they have And the figure that stare at you
think it'is all "
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been mistaken. If _
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Governor Browad Are the strangest anJmala ever sew __

I! :ijbt for a candidate to allow corrupt persists In drainage ODerations. ,Either la or_out.ct.UM zoo. Eaual to any $1.00 preparation on the market. -

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MENSACOUA. ,. JOURNAL. ,. WEDNESDAY. WORDING, NOVEMBER 21, 1308. k Iii
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sheomen-- with a ,ReputationEtTH'S -- -- -....,. ---.-. _.. : -I .

7he' ._. '. [From Everywhere "Tale of a l'
I ---
less Frog" -Let Me Go Back,"Tan-I .
backache
rUb to Break My Way Into "The Blues

I"Maiden and the Kissing .

PEOPLE AND EVENTS ["WoulYon If You Were I.the1. .
,Homing;" "What Color of Eyes Del I II 1 $
I You Love' Best." etc. Both Symptoms Organic Derangement ta' jft

They range In, theme from the serious Women-Thousands of Sufferers Find Relief. 1 1i
to the comic, from the sentimental
to the patriotic. Messrs Stoddard ,;

BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. and Taylor have furnished good verse, ? i

while- Mr.. Ben M. Jerome's' music is
KONQUERORSJcr
; No. 669 Before 3 P. M. of the kind that you carry with you 4u. {

7e1.phone l No.'3$ After 3 P. ,M. from the playhouse and hum on.YOUI .
all kinds of men: Shiny I I,.war home.

Leathers, Soft, Yielding Vici !I Most productions are deemed', fortunate J 1 1tl
i in possessing two or three

Kid ,
Calf Skin. I'I while nearly every one of the "CheyV "

Bg:: THE tern; the second a pretty comb. The has caught on and is in great vogue

It'* just a question of taster ANNUAL CONVENTION meeting this week will be with Mrs. It is declared that not since the;daysof

You qecide.th James McHugh, Sri, at her home 112 -Dave Braham" has such descriptive ) fl

suitability.. DAUGHTERS OF West Government street. melodies been woven around: Kptt ,
jnle We attend strictly CONFEDERACYMrs. songs that hit the popular fancy
Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Hayward re- while nearly every one of the "Chefs"has t t I ;
,eemg that your feet get the recently married in New Orleans, caught on and Is in great vogue

: and width of shoe ,that 1 green. Great bunches of pink and I have arrived in Pensacola and are at It is declared that not since the days J I r rI' 1 tI
size\ M. E. Batts Tells, in a white chrysanthemums and carnation present the guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. of ""Dave Braham" has such descriptive -

ri ill make 'em happiest. pinks were everywhere visible. John Storm McGaughy. They will go melodies been woven around \ I ;

Graphic. Interview, of The chief amusement of the evening to housekeeping in a pretty home on songs that have won the popularity of
$3.50 and $4.00. / was progressive euchre. Two handsome North Spring street in a few days. those created by Ben. M. Jerome for ,4

Their Entertainment prizes were given, the first a I .-'Jt.," the "Royal Chef." -
1 1t
hand-painted plate was won by Miss Mr. and Mrs. Walker Don Willis, I I' .- :
who have been in Pensacola the The I isle! of Spice." t 1U
Julia Mooney, the second prize, a .
-. I
al I'
guests of Mr. Willis's parents, Mr. A man who had been enjoying --- '-
hand-painter vase, was awarded Miss
Mell Levy.. ,and :Mrs. Lewis Willis have returned performance of the "Ile of Spice," -- !
SHOE I
MEYER CO.FEET 'S After the were finished the 'to their home in Montgomery, Ala. which is to have a presentation here Howoftendow hear nsay: haqft Vegetable Command 'Wnen I commenced I -

NOTABLE: EVENT OF SESSION guests were games shown Into the 'I -'io! shortly, during the long run of this teems as though my back would 111\1" taking the Compound I raftered :. : '
dining John who everything with backaches, hendacbw, and
Mrs. Avery
Judge and attraction In Boston, was heard to remark oruDon'apeaktome.I am all out
FURNISHERS FORFOLKS room which was resplendent with cut female troubles. I am completely, cored and } -
WAS VISIT TO THE HOME OF spent Sunday in Mobile have returned In the lobby of theatre* sorts"? These significant remarks prove I i -
glass flowers
and euoyth.bestcLealthandIow.it&i'
china.
dainty The I

102 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETDon't JEFFERSON DAVIS-NEXT CON- center-piece of ,the beautiful dining borne.- .:,.. My have'optical eyes 'have indigestion.feasted" until The char-they that Backacfap the system and requires"the bines attention.are direct to IOu.- f i. -

table was a handsome cut-glass vase I Mrs. M C. :Mathews and two "til. symptoms of an inward trouble wni,h When women N'e troubled with trr. i111ar. | a -
acter of this radiant'extravaganza.,
VENTION WILL BE IN NORFOLK, I which held an immense of been the of as
bouquet dren, who have guests will sooner or later declare itself. It suppressed or painful periods 1
I pink and white carnations. The vase ,I Miss Lizzie Reese have returned to far as its pageantry of color and motion -I may be caused by diseased kidneys or weakness displacements or ulceration, '
the Danceat VA. is concerned, could not have been.
Forget rested that foflajnmm. I '
I upon a point-lace centerpieceover !their home at Laureal HilLI' come derangement of the organs. beannjr-down feeling,
pink satin. Twelve tulips of different w more tersely expressed. While the Nature requires assistance and at once, tion of the female organs backache, .
at colored glass surrounded the Sara Dannheisser who has eye is appealed to very strongly I: and LjdlaE.Pinkhasn'sVegetableconi.pound bloating (01' flatulence), general debility -, J

The convention of the United center-piece. Each tulip was a tiny 'I'been absent from the city for several without Interruption throughout the' instantly asaerta its curative ,indigestion and nervous prostration ,
K. of.A. HALL, held relatives and Mends performance the authors have not beset with such I -
Daughters of the Confederacy Incandescent light making the effect months visiting powers In all those peculiar ailments of or are symptom ;
recently at Gulfport Miss.. was one of most striking. in Birmingham returned home last neglected the ears. women. It has been the standby of as dizziness, faintness,lassitude, eieit. I ;{.

ItedayNovemler) 22. the most successful and enjoyable Refreshments of fruits, ices, cakes, !night. and intelligent American women for twenty ability irritability nervousness aeep- '! .
"The Lion the Mouse.
meetings .ever held by the members sandwiches and bon-bons were served I I years, and the best Judges agree thatit le&sness melancholy, 'all gone" and '. '
\ feature will,be the prize of this order.'Pensacola ., fruit punch was served.by little Manuel I Miss Esther Gugenheim will leaTe Theatregoers are no doubt looking: is the most universally successful -, want-to-be-left-alone"feelings blue ." 4- .
she forward with keen interest to the
Sunday for New Orleans where very r and hopelessness, they should I
remember
Chapter No. 298, was Roth assisted by Miss Alice Levy. remedy for,woman.. ills known to
and the latest two- winter with relatives.Miss presentation soon, of Henry B. Harris'production there is tried .
dance represented by Mrs. Egbert Beall, Mrs. Vidal was the recipient of a will spend the medicine. one and true remedy. .
I steps and 'waltzes rendered Miss :Mary Whltflch and Mrs. M. E. number of handsome presents among Esther, who is quite popmlar of "The Lion and the Bead the convincing testimonials of I Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound -
with the Jewish society set. Mouse Charles Klein's greatest play. at such troubles '
younger Mrs. Holmes and :Mrs. once removes
Batts The convention was largely which was a Haverland China chocolate Cotrely. -
kx Barrio ,orchestra. will be'greatly missed by her iriends.I The drama deals with widely discussed No other medicine has such record .
attended by:delegates from various pot presented by the Married Mrs.J.Co Holmes,of Larimer,North a
of the hour-that of the
ADMISSION, 35c.. chapters all over the south. Ladies Euchre Club, of which she is the "Blue Ribbon i topic Dakota writes: of cures of female troubles. No other -
Nothing equals influence wielded by the money powerIn
medicine in the world has received this
4 j
Of the 'attention and homage received member.
a popular Vanil i -
Ribbon
Flavor. Ask for Blue American politics. 'The Lion and DoarMrs.Fnakhamj-y and .
.- by the ladies who represent so The hostess received her guests in twice as! "I have coffered everything with backache widespread unqualified endorse .
la. Absolutely pure goes the Mouse" should of wife
prove appeal ment.
charmingly the "lost cause. Mrs. a handsome dress of black net over "Blue Ribbon Flavor" is I and female trouble-I let the trouble run ontmtil Refusetobuyanysnbstltute. ,
far and the for there is no subject of the
Batts said to The Jonrnal yesterday: black taffeta. Her ornaments were i my sTstem was in such a condition that
for the 25c Blze.
BOOKS: "On the evening dTTttesday, Nov. diamonds She' was assisted In receiving perfection. Ask I II I present day more widely discussed. 1 I was vaable to be about, and then it was I FREE ADVICE TO WOMEN. f : I
commenced to tm Lydia Pinfcham-s Vegetable
13 a reception at the pavilion on by Mrs. Eugene Roch and CARD OF THANKSj j "At Yale." : Compound. If I had only known bow Remember Is
woman cordially
the pier, by Baaixvolr. Chapter. of Mrs. Joe Roth. .I desire to express my sincere Jules Mmry'e production. "At Yale" much suffering I would have saved I should invited to write every to Mrs. Pinkham 11 :. .
Gulfport was most delightful, and Those who to wish Mrs. VJdal to neighbors have taken it months sooner-for few
ropply! off"yighting Chance" the came thanks and appreciation my -: the new college play In which Paul a there is anything about her symptoms '
New each delegate was given a beautiful much in the future as and War- weeks'treatment made me well and strong
fret Ce11t." as happiness and friends at Woolsey Gilmore is starring this season will she does not understand. Mrs. Pink- : -
tone books. lately published silver aiier-dinuer coffee in the she has had in the Mrs.P. My bactacn-ag and headaches are ail gone and
spoon were: kindnesses
Hrr irwoorae past rington for the many be seen here in the near future. I coffer at monthly ham is daughter-in-law Lydia 13.Plnkham : j -J .
and verr'"ropuar-: bowl of which engraved U. D c. Mrs. H. Blu- and: no pain my periods
was Stone, Mrs. A. Levy, shown during therecent _Illness .t
her assistant
took Lydia
of Lost Persons. by Robt. W.CamberL .'- whereas before I : E. Fmkham'tVegetable before her ds ; '
Tracer 1OS: and tied with red and white ribbons mer, Mrs. Sidney Belt Mrs. M. L. death of my wife. TURKISH LEGEND. Compound I annTered intense pam." cease, and for twenty-five years sine* I V -

KiJrd Elliott, Financier.- by George, the colors of'the United Daughters Roch, Mrs. E. Roch, Mrs., George ARTHUR McCONNELL._ : Mrs. Emma Cotrely, 109 East 12th her advice has been freely and cheer I

Carlim;, of Israel Caraabv. by Ellen T. of the Confederacy. Pfeiffer Mrs. H. Horsier Mrs. Willie a I Wiy .the Mack Z&rrIed.Mu, ,Get tm Street, New York City, writes: I fully given to every ailing woman who -
Subjection "Wednesday morning the convention Dunham, Mrs. James McHugh Jr., I
Fowler Thanksgiving'Poultry. the Mosque Flrmt. Dear Mr& Pinkhanvw j asks for it. Her advice and medicine t
Max Fargus. by Owen Johnson. assembled at the pavilion on the pier, Mrs. James McHugh: Sr., Miss Lena Turkeys, Ducks, Chickens, etc., Ed.I Some years ago, when General Tew- 1 feel it my duty toteD all caffermrwonien have restored to health innumerablewomen. I
\o( Friend Like a Sister by' : Ron N. where addresses' of welcome were de Marks .Mrs. A. Rosenstein. Mrs. F. M. Pooley Corner Chase and DeVil-! fik Hussein was the Turkish minister of the. relief I have found in Lydia E.Pmk- Address, Lynn Mass. 4
Cary
livered. Blumer Mrs. Pat McHugh Mrs. Dave
,
Caroline; lH. by Ulia Bell of at Washington, he objected to the curious Ask Hrs. Pfckhaa's Adrkc-A W aaa Best faderstaads a VTeann's ms.
SIr Nigel. A. Couan Doyle latest. Governor James' K. Vardaman, Levy Miss Alice Levy, Miss Mell Obelisk'Flour is the staff I .
Rosemary in Searco of Father, by the our hostess state, tendered the,Daughters Levy, Mrs. Joe Roth, Miss Julia questions the newspaper Inter- ..1Stylish

LIttle\ViViUtn80ns.Writ Bird just, by out.Barrie-the book everything they ,wanted yea Mooney, Mrs. Laz Jacoby Mrs. A.. of life. Look for pink tickets' viewers,'asked him about the harem. .++.++....... +..+....+..I....+..+................... : :
trom which Peter,Fan was'taken. everything they lOoked like they Cohen, Mrs.Sam Freidman Mrs. Harrison in One) interviewer however told the 4, : .ft't
wanted,that w sln'his power to give. and ,Mrs.. Rosenstein pac.15ages.... representative of the sublime porte a .1
In the absence of the Hon. H. D. funny story about Brigham Young and r.i r.
Moore, mayor of Gulfport, the keys of Miss Fannie Condon, who has beenin ENTERTAINMENT.The Ii .
his wives and it induced the
HARRY T. HOWLAND, the city were' turned over to the Pensacola visiting her sister, Mrs. ladies' of the First Baptist many I Furs .

Manager De,Luna Book Store, Daughters, ,by George P. Mooney. Ctns. Eccles, for the past three church will give an entertainment at minister."There to Is a reciprocate.Turkish legend" he said, i i Jti
at
her home
returned to
Judge W. H. Hardy spoke on behalfof weeks has the Sunday'caool: room of the Fit st
De Luna St.. Phone 1491. beautiful Harris Fla. church Friday evening 't.the( effect Oat If a man prays sev
the Veteran and paid a Baptist on
tribute to .the work of the daughters. Nov.: 23rd, fct 5clocIL The entertainment eozueentive mornings alone in the i ;.1

:Mrs. Sarah D. Eggleston "pokeon,be- Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pasco West, Jr. are Ce- will consist of vocal:.and Instrumental mosque 'for good luck it. will com*. Every piece perfect and of best 'J f::
322
half of the Mothers: of..the Confederacy now cozdyT'located at ;J; Hon. 'Calvin Wells representedthe vantes, where they went Immediatelyto recitations. Among those who' a poor man lived who tried to car i :

Just Received Sons 'of Veterans, 'admonishing housekeeping after returning from will participate are Miss Allie Willis ry out the Injunction; but when ha e L quality f. ;

'them of their duty to raise' a,monument : their wedding trip. Miss BlUe Wentworth. Miss Alice kneeled, to his chagrin he always saw i1 l' -1'

One barrelof to the Women of the Confeder The Married i-iEuchre Club Kessler. Miss Mildred Kessler Miss another' man ,who had arrived first. Moderately priced -1-1$3.00 '
i
Miss Ruth Barrett. MIss :
tIle famous acy.Mrs. met last week with Mrs. Pat Mc- Fan Warren !The fourth morning be could restrain :1
Helen Bell:extended a graceful Nell Burrow, Mrs J. P. Sandusky,
Hugh. .?There were two prizesthefirst himself no longer and cried out: 'What Jj
welcome for' the Mississippi division, a handsome" silk shirtwaist pat- Miss Lucile Lurton Miss Irene Pin- : ( to $35.00 'Ii jfl!
is the secret'ot to the
responded to by Mrs,. D.: A. 3. Vaught ney, Miss Lottie Rice, Miss Vera Fulg your getting
HarehoundCough second vice-president-general. hum Miss Mabel Gonzalez, Mr. S. J, mosque first?. I get up early and lose i

"Wednesday evening. a reception at THE GIRL AND THE BEE.A Harvey Mrs. C. M. Covington, ,Mrs.J no time.' The other man asked 'How I Children's Sets (Muff and Scarf) I i ii

the Great Southern Hotel in honor of Story of the Ignorance of a City .. M. Callaway and Miss Colin Smith. many wives have you?' When he an- tl
the convention, was given by the :Mississippi Girl. There will be no refreshments, and swered 'One, the fortunate man said:

division and.the'lights of this A city girl coming down to break! the price of admission will be only 'You eta never get to the mosque ear- i $1.25 to $10.00 h 'irj.l

hostelry never shone' on a more magnificent fast at the farm house and observing twenty-five cents. The proceeds will Her than I, for 'I have four wives.

DF1Jps galaxy 01 Southern' women. a plate of honey on the table said,i go to the improvement fund of the When I wake up one brings me 'my f ( f
afternoon visit "
was
"Thursday' a "Oh; I see'you keep a'bee." church. clothes, another gets my shoes, a third I t'i '
made to Beauvejr, the historic homeof 't
That's about the way some people HOME MEETING. prepares 'my bath and the fourth '
WOMAN'S
: ,president*Cir! the Confederacy i Watson Parker & Reese Co. I t'
A pleasant and inex- now theJTqsde for"veterans and theirjrives. talk about the blight of baldness I The ladies' of the Woman's Hope will cooks breakfast. The result is I lose i{
just as if a bald head was somethingone have a meeting of Importance Tuesday at "
Now
Toe picture was ve/ pathetic no time. my friend go once "Everything to Wear. *:: ; l'
instead of morning at '10 :20: o'clock. All members ,
all at once being -
p nshre cough..remedy and beautiful, and one that will long got in- are requested to be present. (Sfcned.) and marry three other wives and you .. I '
of depletion by an
Big-sag (or remain inttbe archives of memory. the sldious result.,Kenn which long thrives upc/i the MRS. W.. D. CHIPtEY President' will know the secret of my arriving ........................... .....' ..' ..................t; t :;_I ; .
were the .
assisted from
"We
car by ? .
first at the
mosque !
roots of the hair and succumbs ,to MRS. LAURA THORNTON ; .
the dear old heroes of the lost cause, Treasurer. "The poor Turk followed the advice, <" '
their uniforms of and only one known remedy Newbro'sHerpicide. MRS. A. E..LEWIS, We stock of and '
,5'centsHOOTON'S wearing gray, Secretary.AMUSEMENTS. and very soon he knew why the man are just opening up a: purses pocketbooks t :
&,either side of broad shell walk '
leading< from the the galeway to the en- Newbros Herpicide is not a tonic with" tour wives got to the mosque suitable for men, women and children, among them I ": :

of the any more than electricity is a' fluid. first-lie stayed there in preference to novelties that win make useful and It. :
trance
palatial home canopiedby being most !
many appropriate
PHARMACY It is an exterminator. pure and simple.:I staying. home.-Leal1e's Week.I1.WATCH .
enormoustoaKs and festooned withmoss the thee I I IA Christmas Prices from 6c to $3.
stood the veterans with bared "Destroy" cause you remove presents. t' I i iCOE'S M

THE BIRTHPLACE: OP PROMPT' heads and hands extended. bidding us ect. .1 BOOK STORE 2S SOUTH PALAfOJC 9TKCST : '
DELIVERY. For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte,: esnguiWLng. PtesnsZ3S t
Beauvoir.
welcome to
MAKERS ;
The piano,_,used by .the "peerless druggist and apothecary 121 South I "The Virginian." }
PHONE 1100. maid of the Confederacy,' was opened Palafox street or send lOc in stamps? Dustin Farnum, who comes to the Require Steady Nerves for Fine Work. t t'Nowin

and very many joined in singing for sample to The Herplcide Co., Detroit -! opera house Saturday Dec. 1, in "The Sitting at a watch maker's bench } F. DAVIS JEWELER

-- 'How Firm a Foundation' the favorIte Mich. I Virginian," appeared In the plax'lastspring day In and day out Is tedious work \ It ItNew

NICE FRESH hymn of Jefferson Davis, to the in Cheyenne, Wyoming whichis and if the workman suffers from head

accompaayment rendered by one of the geographic point around which ache nervousness and indigestion,as he Brent Building 23 Sr Palafox St ;'I '"

the 4 Boiled Ham and Sweet Milk "The Gulfport Circle, Kings Daughters "The Best Is What We Sell" western opera house was crowded to he requires special food 'to --- : ,, n.., ,' .>
served light refreshments on the the roof with cowboys. After the celebration -put him right. A Seattle man writes: .t.
at lawn. which fc6>wed the performance "I am a watchmaker and have sat

. "Friday evening a grand ball was ; the cow punchers Insisted on pretty constantly at my bench for IS f' 1 :
Chris Heiffcr's Bakery givenat the Great Southern Hotel We Are. trading belts "chaps," revolver and years, and have suffered badly from You Must Trust Your Druggist ..
,
and was a brilliant event The Florida other! parts of their own outfits for indigestion and its many evil effects, t ,

division was well and ably represented, Sole similar parts of equipment wtnn by such as headache, dizziness, nervous- '
Cor Hayne and Jackson. Mrs. Sheldon Stringer, president AgentsFor the stage cowboys. The result has ness, etc. I always had a weak There are many things about a drug store that require' many years I i'J.

Florida diyiston, D. c., being In attendance added realism to the play for the stomach until I began to use Grape- to learn. ,

and Mrs. Edwin G. Weed I things now worn by the players have Nuts. It..is a druggist's business to know, and to know surely.'and poeltlreJy '
honorary president Mrs. H B. Stock- all seen real service. 1:'dldnt.seem able-to find anythingthat all fftont the drugs he sells. '. :
bridge. Mrs. Jno. W. Tench. Mrs. Flor- David, Berg & Co.'sCelebrated. would digest properly- with me Our trainees is drugs and we claim to have thoroughly masteredth

I Hams and Bacon ence Murphy Cooley presidents of Julian Walker. for breakfast or cupper and my four details of this business i. ..
recently made weakness from .
announcement the
the .division, and numerous delegatesfrom The would children Inherited. We are exerting erery: effort to the management of this drug store I i -, '
Walker
many of the chapters. that Mr. JuUan appearin me- as you would like to see one managed if yon knew all aboufdrogs. ; ,
"Mrs. Jno. ;W. Tench of Gainesville song recital in tills city on next "Now'' I place 4 teaspoonfuls of Almost everyone would like to patronize a drag store whore They .j '
Superior Quality nominated for Custodian of KOSHER Monday has caused a stir among Grape-Nuts in a dish, then set it in .
was know these conditions prevaiL Many people are sure thT know of 't
those who were fortunate enough to the oven. When good and hot I eat
and
Cross of Honor but declined in a such a drug store. i
few well-chosen words placed in nomination bear him last year. it with cream. This with some other To' discover and get your confidence, when it comes to a matter ;
Morrell's Pride It takes than a few words to food gives: me a nice hot breakfast.For 1 J
Iowa's Mrs. L. H. Raines of Savan- SAUSAGEWe more & of drugs is our highest ambition. it:
tell /of Mr.Walker's vocal achievements the.children we give each one 3
nah, Ga."A .
Hams and Bacon well We want you to trust us.Thlspointgalnedweknowwe f'
are and consequent success; yet a teaspoonfuls with warm milk which .
entitled the 'Girl in Grey'was '
poem \ drug
can depend on points i
and favorably known to read by the author Mrs. Lillian have just receiveda detailed article will not be attpmtped softens it and they like it better. being supplied at our etore. your 1"t.it: <
event when he "We have practically the same for
the best Pike Roome who represented Martha fresh of these here. It will be an Our rapidly increasing general business and especially the fact t 1 ,
tradethey'rer shipment In
Mon not troubled sleep
here next : and are
Read chapter. of Jacksonville. The makes his appearance supper
that our Prescription Department I is showing remarkable gains. Is r-t,1- :
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stomach. With
crisp, tender, poem will be set to music by Mrs. Goods and they are very day.. this with diet an we overloaded keep our digestion in fine clear proof that an earnest, honest'Intelligent effort seidoms falls Ff I .!

And cool weather Oltrogge, also of Jacksonville. fine. Chef." to bring its reward. :. .'
Juicy continued
good :
;; "The next convention will be held "The Royal condition and our !,' '. 1* .
will find you hankering in Norfolk Va. the second 'Wednesday "The Royal Chef," the great New health and fat rosy boys prove that We have filled over 200,000 )>rescriptlen since beginning business. i_ -4' :.1tkt' :
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; Ring Bologna ;l5c. Ib York and Cklcago musical snctess. Is we ontherfght track."I .
after ia November 1907.>> ,,.., ; .
little qtthls sort at the In weight and have ,
a ..Jpf. announced to appear opera : have gained 1 t
for breakfast. ":Photie.tis MRS. V. J. VIDAL Wiener Wurst *.:.15c lb. house In the near future. found a food In Grape-Nuts that has

CELEBRATES TWENTIETH ANN IVEFlSARY I-- This musical play abounds In music saved me lots of doctor's bifta'for the ;
Your order. OF HER MARRTAGg. of"a high order. while the story Is chtldren,-and has given me a clear W. A. D'AI em b erte ii*

Yesterday afternoon a brilliant reception one of the most interesting and novel head.-steady hand and good digestion ,
was home of Mrs.v Rosenau.SGereldsTHE ever written for the background of for the past two years.
' Sol Cahn & Co.. :. J.:Tidal.ctvin.1ia. oraOon of her mmical"-txxmedy. la'song hits, the "One must nave steady nerve and

twentieth, wedding anniversary.. "Royal Chef" Is specially prolific and feel well to work on fine watcn work Druggist and Apothecary :

The Pure Food Storo.S -Mr. Vidal was.not" present on the FANCY GROCERS, from the list of them and there are and the use of Grape-Nuts twice a { ,
,. it has kept me right up to the .
happy occasion as the reception and no less than twenty. -wholly a day
$irth Mt Corner Palafai" and .laten'end card parts was given exclusively to 116 SOUTH 'PALAFOX'ST.. matter'of Individual opinion -which lithe mark." Name given by Poetum 'Co., 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109 .

Mrs. Vldal's ladTftrtenda. "singfSst and the moat ,whlrtly.Theylnclade Battle Creek, Mich. Read the book

Phones Jl '.The pretty home was charming In Phone. 391 J it's.s.Way: They Have "The Road to WelTrille." In pkgs.
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Its-decoraUonsof plnkv 'White.and- .._ h. In-Ch1uag ;- ""',henOht'G1ory Floats -There's a reason: ----- ---- 1' :


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THE PEN8ACOLA JOURNAL MORNIHO, NOVEMBER 21, 1906.I ,
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS THAT PAY






F 1 "V........ ............. ... ... ........... ...i WANT, SOMETHINGFOR c -j___ -i- :- I ReaR Estate lOUISVILlE .& NAsHViLLE RAILROAD COM pAr[



.650.00 !. 'Y Q.hn.L !!'.!!!'.! tee.B4twe! n cola and Points NOrUI

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Safe READ DOWN READ liP

I NOTHING? $50.00 Down Trains. No. Traial 3 h011Vd .


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1:1 HOMES $1O a Month Investment 11:45am' 9:10pm ................ ................ V 48.nnrJ ::
: i it I haven't got anything in.that line but 1Spm 1:11am Ar................. BIrmin5m ................ 8.i.oar:

1 ; have -ome good things in the real estate U7&m Lv..................Nashville..Ar ti- -1

line that represent more money than it Use a reasonable amount of 1:25a1 a.15am[ ................... .................. I' 3:0 :J :
: i will take to buy them-In other words 8 sound judgment. but put your 1:40am 2:10pm! .................. Lows................. .. S:4"p::: '_
on East Wright street .
A two story, eight.room, modern dwelling the nearest thing to getting something for "
t-. near Palafox '..................... ... ... ".' ... -.......: .......$8000.00 nothing. Are you Interested in some- money in property. 'l 50pml 3:27am V.L's..Neahine.................... : $:Z.ax. :
: thing that win 210am. 8:30am ..;;........._.....Louisville..Lv 12tias ...
A splendid j new. six-room cottage on North Hill, with large reception: >' little 3 4-1 Our list of properties Includes many 70amIl:00n'n_ Ar..C1ncinnaUh............... .Lv )_U.GOp :::
nice. ::
or
hall with I fire place and folding door opening. into the dining Buys a choice locations in all parts of the city .
i: I room, closet in every room butler's pantry, china closet made i PAY YOU 14 PER CENT? both for Investment and home purposes. BETWEEN PENSACOLA- -MOBILE- V ANDNEW ORLEANS.
I into wall and a bath room elegantly furnished, house screened, a room back and ,

lovely home all In tirst-claSs condition ..........................$4900.00 $3350-Will buy six houses on the West cottage, houses Have or you business any vacant propertyfor lots, ,6 & 7 2&$4&1__ & "iT&l 'I;'

Seven-rOOm dwelling, excellent neighborhood on East Hill, with a'lot End that pay $456 per sear; and I front house has sale? 7: im11:05pm : Lv..Pensacola..u..Ar i.OOur' 4. ., -::--
110 by 150 feet, stone walk" *around same stables, etc ..........$4500.00 : we have collected for the past galleries, wants what 10:45am_ %:55am_ 4Upm .UOO .!.... ....Mobile..Lv-. %: m 11 _.u: .:
f : year on these houses more than Somebody you 6:00pm_ 1:15am_ 8:15pm_ Ar..u Orleans..Lv ".:bp:... '
i I. A new even-room dwelling modem conveniences on a corner lot 80 99V4 per cent. of the rents due. I been built two years and have and we have lightning _
k 1 by 137"/2 feet on East Gadsden street, a comfortable and desirable 31100 cash and balance 7 per cent.$1700.win methods of finding that some FLOMATON, PENSACO,. RIVER JUNCTION ANn
.t I home could not be duplicated for the money .....................$4000.00 body. If you have not tried "ACKSONV'L.L.E
k ; buy 4 houses on the East rents for $1.50 a week.Here's us. ask those who have.It .21 f 1 5 I 1 I a I TrIns do not stop at stations 2 [ T-
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: Six-room dwelling at Goulding, fronting the railroad, with 20 acres i I Daily DailYfDaily Daily where DO time is shown 1 Daily

it. of land ........................................f.-..................$2500.00 End cash and that balance pay JJ70 on a long year.time.$650 the does not cost anything to list your .... ... 4:55 2301 2.r.o Lv..Flomnaton..Ar 1l:4:1: Daily. 0<;, D-'
opportunityto
t A new four-room and hall dwelling on East Strong street, lot 60 by property with us. Do it to. S ... 5:00 %:35 %:SS ...........Century............. 1:40 1:11 ,I

137V2 feet ................... .....................................$1500.00 i day. ...... 5"j 2:411 .3:05. ...........Bluff Springs .......... -1:33 II>. II': .1'-...
apply rent money to ...... 5J7.51 -3:20 ............McDavid ............ .1.1 -
> A comfortable, five-room cottage on North Barcelona street, near car :4 EITHER OF THE ABOVE PIECES OF FOR SALE. ...... S:30 3:04 .3:3S. .........Pine Barren........... ..1:08 -I l :.,..
4 lIr.e...................................................... ......,..$1500.00 PROPERTY WILL PAY FOR little I ....... &:39 1:13.50 .......MQlino ............. ...11:5! l.12:4:': ; .,...
the purchase of a ...... .5:43 ...... -4:11 ...........Qu1ntette............ .-11:511.1.1'-: 4-
:
.1 J THEMSELVES. Homes and Good Interest- ...... .5:63 -3:264:11 ........_...COttag Kill .......... 1l:44'lI:, .- ..::1"-, .....
: home.HcDAVIDHYER ...... -5:57 39 .4:15 ..: Cantonement.......... ..11:4i) i. ,;.......
I ...... .SOI ..1:34:23. .............Gonzales............ .-11:35-12'1 1&j 1"" "
f Bearing Property.$1750.0012room. ..-.... -6:033:36 -45 .............Roberts............. .11:33 ..1SJ5 :.; .. ..,,.....
HOOTON WATSON ....... ..3:45:40 ..............Ol1ve.............. -112121 :" .- '..-'---..,
: LESLIE E BROOKSReal : 60-foot lot. ...... -':% -3:51 .4.8 .....,......Brent.............. .-11.1.Uu;;, ;,......
2-story on ...... 65 .3:54 .. ........; Goulding ............ ...11ui.I1:.I'-: '......
| THE RENTAL AGENTS," il East Wright street$5500.00For ...... 1:30 4:0.. 4:52.. Ar.......... Pensacola..Lv 11:0iil n'5;.1 :: .;.,:......
: CO. =
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I Real Estate Insurance and Loans Estate l'iilf J, f'j J f !
{ i ii 2-story, 7-room dwelling; cOb V .V I I
New York also 4-room cottage both modern ...... :-. A3:
and Insurance. Agenu .., 7:00 /- .........Pensacola..4r J.13U-..., '
Life Iniurancs Company. V conveniences and IncludesS 1 :%O.. 1:13.'\...;........Bohemia...........:. I..,....... .
; No. 37 S. Palafox Street Phone No. 54. t % of block on 9th avenue. C : 1:15 .....-.GulJ Point.....' ..... 'tl0:33;...... :::::: _,
Phone 462. 112 S. Palaf 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., a :5:22..a.... ..... ..-.... ............ '.1
............................................ ... .... x.IPor Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. '- : ......"7..Escambla. I..1.l'l0ItI. .I. ...

k- $2000.00-No. 1201 North Davis street lot : S45.5:40: .:::.:.:: ;: :]: ..... .........harp.....:::::::.::::: .1o:1l!L:::.,..... :.,:( i

60x125, 2 story, with bath. cheap. :: .... 7:3;) ............Galt ,
: HELP WANTED. WANTED. 6:03 V -- 't -

I SSlll :'7:03.: ............. .;$. i..... City..V: i;: .. : \

;ANTED-EerT confectioner to tell his WAI."TED-Ten thousand really delight < > FOR SALE $3500.DO-Izets the 5 lots and 6-room cottage : .... ... : .......... ;;;;. ;

._customers about CHICLETS.3TAXTED CHICLETS ful young ladies to use really delightful and Cervantes.on northwest Buy corner and Reus improve 8:09..S: ..... .... 1.311 .............Crestview............ ':04 .. ." ..

: AT ONCE-A good cook at S this for good renting prop- S : : ..... ...... .).I085y er Land..j Head.......... 8:33'::::: I //.8 i
18 East Wright street Onov WANTED-Position at once as woodsman erty.' .9:! .......,.."' : _...,...DeFunlak. Springs...... :.::::::,. 7:1.:
: 8:13 .
'1- by a thorough competent turpentine ... .9:30..i: ... i:56.. .............Argyle............. .7:441..1: i. ,'it:
.tVANTED good cook. Apply at once woodsman. Can manage any size $3000 9:5'.S.. ..........Ponce DeLeori......... 79'e: \ ... 5:45
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to Mrs. Carter. Navy Yard. :SOnovlw place and can bring with me some hands. NICE COTTAGE ON : .WestvUle............ / .
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Address Woodsman Care The JournaL $5000.00-Elegant little home on North I % ...... ...... 1:17.I
10:2: ...........
.Caryvllle...........
for West
21! Wright street,. a desirable : ...... .
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"'ANTED-A white party or parties. to 20nov very Hill all modern convenience. s' 10.45 ...... ....... .. : '
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.....Bonltay............
8-room and hall residence witharge 7J3//...... ...... ,
run a boarding house for ten or twelveaw l lot. EASY TERMS. 11:12.: .............. 10:30// .............Chlpley............. .... .............. '_f,
House WANTED
mill laborers near Century. -Heirs and proof of heirshipof : ...... ...... ...... ..Aycock.... .... .. 4
ree and goods' at fiholebale.' Address J. Phillip Townley, and heirs of James 11:43...... ...... 1f.I...... ...... +
110 .......... .
.COtton ale..........
.B L. Century. Fla. 16novw Weeks and heirs of the estate of Martin $4,500.DO7room, 2-story, new house 11110 ...... ...... 1101 .............Marianna............. cJfjl...... ...... .1
Grant. Apply 359 Brent Building. ISnovtf 5-room and three. East Gadsden street near car .. ... ...... : ... ... ...... ;
cottage : .11:45 ,............ ..
I $1875For line: also close to bayou. Lot] .1.50..!.... ...... : .. 1i:3SI.. .... ...... :.
> : ..........Grand Ridge.......... .
:BOARD AND ROOMS. WANTED-Some one of means who will I i large lots o'n the, corner of 80x132 feet 1:13.,............._11:0.. ..............Sneads............. ... 5:22......................... .' ;
care for and educate bright boy 14 CG feet on the North Side of Government 1:30.. ............. 1:15. : .......RIver Junction...... 5'-1/: /.... ; .a
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FOR RENT-Two connecting rooms suit- Mrs.years Wm.old. Fisher Apply, President.Pearl Eagan Home ISnov or!! side of Maxent street. by street 125 feet has on a large the east: "F" and Intendencia streetsin 10:50..AM ............... PM'1:40.A.r.. ....JacksonY1lle.... Lv .AM 9n5.: ............... j ,

able for light housekeeping. Apply story store and dwelling house on $16GO.006room.story* dwelling. No. 910 'PM..
phone 1125. 20nov A."I."TED-Posltlon as stenographer or : -1 ( the Maxent'tract). The West. 6th avenue. Trains n and 22 and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping car between Pe < .

assistant bookkeeper and general office cola and .Tacksonvllle via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line.Tralns &
,FOR RENT-One room with privilege of work. by young lady of experience. Address i ground is rich and you can
bath, on North Hill! car line. Gentle- B. C., Care Journal. novlSlt I Money to loan at lowest market' rate I I I stop on alpaL
of interest. $1850.00-For 5 houses and 7 lots. fronting
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man preferred. Address E. Care Journal. raise enough vegetables in I
south on West Jackson street, -
20novlw A.\'TED-Flve hundred couples to attend : real th's
Mortgages on estate in _city .-
the grand Thanksgiving ball on : bought and sold. rent $%5. .
the garden on the place to ii
Thursday. November 29. at C. K. of A.I
A NICE furnished room to rent for gen-
: All of the Maxent tract west of "C DIRECTORY
hall Barros' '
tlemen only. Apply to 226 North Spring orchestra. ISnovYOUNG For
rf'et. ISnovlwUNFTRNISHED ... street now for sale. most pay for it. Plenty of Sale. .
LADY stenographer wisher posi $1300.00-AH of block 117, East King

1l'W0 rooms for rent. tion in Pensacola or anywhere in West room to raise chickens also. Tract, 25 lots.

Apply 13 Weet Belmont street. 16nov Florida or South Alabama. References. PROFESSIONAL.
; Address M. 2;. c.. Care JournaL 17nov I Will sell on terms. _
:; ) TTRNISHED ROOMS for rent at 212 : Fisher Real Estate easy -
; West Gregory street. 16novlm CONICEY'S celebrated Roup Cure. Chol Agency I1WO.OO-Blocks 113 and 207, West King $1500-Buys fitx-room house on two corner -
.. killer as well $1200. :rractLS.B&Co.: lot, one block from car line, W. B. BARTON,
I colt RENT-Two furnished front 1-091113 asern c't'iiiendEite: Producer. All i J on East Hill. This is your opportunity -
for rent, suitable for light housekeep I guaranteed, and a splendid grade of' COLLECTION OF RENTS A to get a nice home at a Attorney At Law.

ng. Use of phone and bath. Phone wheat that will make your fowls lay. F. I List your property with bargain.
Ib6; 810 East Gadsden. llnovlrn S. Mellen & Co.. Pensacola, Fla. Phone' SPECIALTY. .\ Offices-Fisher Building Palafox ire"
334. 7nov me. I can sell it. $2100-For a new, modern six-room Will practice In all the state ai i t'n. Phono 87. 206 S. Palafox
: St. States Courts.
f FOR RENT Pleasant furnished room RBAL EShLOANSANDC home near car line, on East Cer- Twenty.three : .n-\-
perience.T.
southern exposure. second floor. Corner WANTED-Position as saw filer or superintendent -; vantes. .
10th avenfee and 12th street. near East or mill foreman by a V SUNCE
competent V $ 850-Gets a bargain In 10 lots one-half
Hill rap line. llnov man References furnished.
/;:' Address J. W. Lasseter, Andalusia, Ala. I PERSONAL.WILL 2O1fl3ulLDeS block; New City. An excellent investment G. YATES, M. B,
; BOOMS FOR RENT-Nlnly furnished 6novlm as other lots In ,same
front room in quiet neighborhood. Apply .i vicinity are selling at J100 to S125 Optician.
J. W.
1 < 202 East Churcn street. Ilnov2w AI."TED-To rent, a.house on North i the tan gentleman who complained Bullock Jr. each, V V

,. Hill eitro 6 .or 7 rooms; will lease for of heartburn,: kindly try CHICLETSafter >_ FOR SALE. 306
I Thiesen
roR :BENT-One newly furnished room. one date cf December 1. Ad smoking. I Building.Twenty .
Bath aad gas. 29 South Spring street. dress Pensacola Investment Co. 3nov2t I Real Estate and Mortgage Loans
f I years' experience as an E.*
llnov FOR SALE-Three-year-old Jersey cow Specialist. Examination free.
,t- WANTED-All kinds beer rottles. I pay Room 302 Brent. Building. and heifer calf. Can be seen at 1118' Co 1OYAIU1R} _
BOARD AND ROOMS at No. 200 West 15c dozen. I handle all leading brands HOTELS.BROWN E. Strong street. 20novlw ,
Romana street fare of wines. beers ana whisKies, OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO O OO
1 ; good ; $3.50 per and still] .
week. Mrs. Laura Gomes. 8nov2w manufacture that well-established! cough Phone 637, FOR SALE-One fine wan Case, 25; feet L. C. :PHILLIPS Ph. M.
medicine. \
& Joe Roth corner Tarragona HOUSE-DeFunlaK Springs. lon feet high with ribbon case 10 200 Thiesen Building. ,
FOR RENT-Rooms with or without and Government Sts. lloct I Good Beds airy rooms elegant meals, feet fmg, separate. Will make fine display 3
Homeopathic.PHYSICIAN
) board. Men only. Apply 11 West La- free bath and sample rooms. Special -. caSe for any kind of merchandise. Phone 686. .
i -. Rua St. Tnovlm WANTED-At once a four or five-room I attention to traveling men. Rates $%.00 Apply to E. L. Reese 17 North Palafox.. I and SURGEON.
cottage. Must be close in and in good I per day. J. P. Brown Prop. Office .
20novlm and Residence, 12 N. Palafox.Hourec9tolla.m.ltoSp.m.
: FOR SALE. o
TWO NICELY furnished rooms for rent,. neighborhood. Address 12S. Care lour-

with cr without board, privilege of bath nal. 25sept I HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the FOR SALE-Light,. fine healthy country- I FOR SALE. .
Hnd phone; convenient to car line. Address Phone 65-
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TAILORING :.. year. American and European plan. FOR SALE-A fine tract of land raised turkeys worth $2. O. but let go
1202 East Gadsden Diamond.
t street 27octlmo* Tailor. near .
Gent's clothing cleaned Special summer rates. First-class in city. Part heavily timbered at SI 85 each. Apply. to Nettle Oliver. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooeFrederick > _
and
pressed : part
repaired FOR
SALE-One
:THREE: TJNFURNISHED ROOMS suitable on short notice. No., 11% West every respect. Pleasant and conven V cleared. Call phone 2S5; or address: 1102 hobo, Fla. 17nov2w well-trained thoroughbred
! for light housekeepmer with Government St., Pensacola, Fla. ient. Mrs. T. L. Bowen. Prop.. Pensa: East Gadsden. ISnovlm English Pointer. Good pedigree. Ausfeld. F M Sisal'
privflege cola. Fla. Hap FOR SALE-One new twin screw steam Apply N. B. M, Century, Fla. 21novlwFOR
of bath. Apply :2: West JJelmont.2Soct. WANTED-A. R. Bingham wants tug 14 feet beam. 70 feet long. Now on AUSFIELD & BLOUNT

moving and hauling. He guarantees your BAT HOTEL-Open night and day. European FOR SALE-FIne setter dog, fairly well the gulf coast Address L. W. Johnson. SALE OR EXCHANGE-Half block

FOR RENT-Newly furnished front all breakage. Phone 630. plan. Rooms light and clean. trained. Price reasonable. Address R. Lake City, Fla. ISnovlw in New City near Bay View perk: will Architects
room Transient trade solicited. 575-579 South I F. D. No. 1, Box 9, Contonment,. Fla exchange for cottage or sell fc> if
<*.eslrabl in private neighborhood family, southern and near, exposure business, A."I."TED-The Merchants Transfer Co: Palafox. Jos. S. Nicolau, Prop. 18novlw FOR SALE-8 room house, good location ; taken at once. Mrs. R. Owsley. %.s.ip"u8 E. 312314 Brent Bldg., 43 Moses B'dj...
best water in the city. A : Pensacola Fia. Montgecmery.A15.WM.
renter. Use of bath gris an-i phone. wants your movin and hauling. All bargain. Apply Strong. Zlncwlm'ktumrnn
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9th and --
breakage guaranteed. .T. B. avenue 16th street. ISnovlm !
Appte. ill West Gregory or phone 1358. Thors n, FOR SALE-Several new and second I

2Soctlm ProprUtor Phon3 978. COLORED LODGE. hand gasoline engines. Cneap. Apply FOR SALE-Ill acres excellent pineappleand FOR SALE-S25 00 cash for A. BORMANS,
t I AI\'TED-AU kinds of to Ed. B. Banks phone 1377. ISnovlw* orange land on Jupiter river Typewriter in first-class/ writing order:
electrical ; excellent -
r. FURNISHED ROOM for-Tent. work. been offered in for
r Apply 301 market close $30 exchange new machine i Architect and
I sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand ; to railroad; three Superintendent
W. etr t. I I ornamentaJ" but have
{ i Chase 21oct I.O.S&D.ofSt.L.: miles from no use for same here.
other electrical ocean; some improvements
supplies. When you TREES-Shade, or fruit treesof ; Address 'B," Care Office' -305 Brent Building
need me ring Zia cr 9a5. E. W. Peake, Howard Council No. 1 and Bethlehem all kinds, also hedge plants furnished healthy locality. Address E. Benefield, JournaL 21nov5t I Phone 823. Penucola, PI*
t. New Star LaundryBide! E. Garden. I and planted by S. D. Jackson, Aycock. Fla. 8nOV
Council No. 2, Independent Orderof on I-
: terms to suit customers. Best references. FOR SALE-Half.Interest in one of ,the
MONEY TO LOAN. WANTED..-Second-hand sacks of all descriptions Sons and Daughters of St. Luke, Address S. D. Jackson, City. ISnovlw FOR SALE-At a bargain paying Furni- best furniture houses in South Alabama.
_
____ wanted If out of town, ship meets 2nd and '4th Wednesday nights ture business at 138 East Intendencia Reason for selling to devote more time II SECRET SOCIETIES.
r TJKLTMITED amount money to loan on j then to us: if in town ring us up at No. of each month at their hall on Tarragona street. Address Box 35. City. __ Snov to other interests. Call on or address W. I
I FOR SALE-Comforts. Sic
f aa 334 or bring them to us at corner of each. One S. Sheppard. Florala Ala. llnovlm ---- --
kinds
personal
notice. Terms Get property. on short,' Chase and Alcacix Sts. F. S. Mellen Ac between Intendencia and Ro half dozen store stools $3.00. Apply 531 FOR S.ALE-Slx-ton schooner, 36 feet PENSACOLA LODGE. NO )

!t going elsewhere.eaiiy Star Loan my rates Co.,before HS I t I t i I Co 2Sjuiy I I mana streets. D. Howard, F. C. H., East Government,. or Phone 945.; l
South Paiafoz. 4novlm a Rev. C. H. Jones Secy.. No. 1 Frank copper fastened. tight and in good condition S bered good house 1 miles east of I meets every Monday evening d ;"
BAY HORSE FOR SALE-Good roadster. with good sail and gear. A bargain. Olive, Fla. Address Jas. T, Gerelds. P. o o'clock at their temporary Cac f- I!1.'
I
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jiooo.oo to loan on good security.: Prnsaeola ;I j- FOR ADOPTION. Scott. F. C. -H.. Stella Dawson Secy.i Leslie E. Brooks. 16noVlwFOR King & Runyan. Investment Company. SOoctMONTST o.2 novl -lmpd Visiting brethren cordially wel'-u! ,;ft
I FOR SALE OR LEASEroom and hall E. H DENX\RD C \'.
FOR SALE
-Large furniture
LOANED oa real estate and I FOR ADOPTION-one. orphan boy 7 SALE-One horse. 402 North 9thAvenue. cottage. with outbuildings attached harness, in good condition. Fisher wagon and I H. KORSLER, l{. of, R. I; b.
:years old and one orphan ISnovlw Corner 14th avenue and 15th street Write Furniture _
'I personal property on short notice. baby boy 5 house 138 and 140 -
rfertns easy. J. W. Bullard. 28% South I months old. Will be given for adoption bresponsible FOR SALE.FOR J.Romana M. s.. Street Care Journal- or apply 313 East \ street. East Intendencia Snov- DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA

. t'ala1csv 81. Ph"ce 1144. parties. For particulars ap PANAMA. CANAL EDITION of The 4nov Naomi Lodge, No 10 L'aug' -s of

: YOUR Usher ply Pearl Eagan Home or Mrs. Wm. SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mehlen Journal magnificently illustrated FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-23,000 FOR SALE-Fish: net for sale 170 yards Rebecca meets every MondJ I.- at
LENt MONEY President.
X CAN If at eight 1 ISnovMISCELLANEOUS. & Sons' piano in handsome rosewoodcase. magazine, containing scores of views of brick one 35-horse.. engine 100 long. 9 feet deep. Apply to R. H. Cas- 8 o'clock in L O. O. F. I.H-]I -Itlnl|
eent. have
per you any that youw&nt the city and harbor. For sale rt allbook [1 well, foot of Alcanii street. sisters -.. tMR
> Interest on. see me about It. .. A bargain. Piano *an be seen feet 1-inch pipe. This engine jus the 14novlw cordially invited to M i I
I It stores or at The Journal office. B ir. for small ?. J T PULLI.11
will be absoltrte: safe on real estate; by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. Soct. thing a saw mill. Address Box
f I : mall 20 cents. flats 103, Pensacola Fla. Sloctlm MRS. HATTIE NEVlLLii .', V
security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 4S2.UDXKY I .
' FOR SALE-A pottery works with steamengine
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TO LOAIt-Everybody borrows I' steam drying room moulds, FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixtures: FOR SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreed FOR RENT. RATHBONE LODGE NO 31.
!' from Jno. .\. Halt & Co.. 14yjjOovernment ', 1 IHOTOGRAPUS-Norrnan Gloss and and everything complete for carrying on pool and billiard tables, etc. In a fine Pointer Puppies. $10 and $15. Signed. V Rathbone Lodg, No "' ;,:,,:gtItJ of
k money: St. When in need call Satin postcards. Factory to photog business together with the finest bed of location. At a bargain if sold at once. I' Bagdad Kennels, Bagdad Fla. llnovlm Pythias meets every Tlu' .V- V. ';r'1. :
L on us. .I raphers $8 thousand, $1.20 gross prepaid pottery clay in Escambla county. Located Address box 103. City. 2. *ept FOR REVT-A. R. Bingham has storage Castle Hall. Members r loog-1
,Il Two dozen with developer %5<. Norman right in the city. Apply to or address -I FOR SALE and immediate delivery, one room for rent, suitable for fnnJture and visiting brethren Inv"d
JIOWEY LOANED- all hinds of perproperty Photo Paper .Co., Rochester, N. Y. R. P. Reese. Kseptf. FOR SALE-10,000 acres round timber automatic tandem compound center or other goods. 104 and lot South Tarragona to attend. J. M '. 'J'iH.' C. ('.
L .o.a.l on short notice .Terms 20nov7t land. 12,500 saw mill timber and saw crank steam engine of about 150 horsepower street Phone C39. C. J. LEVET. K K. iM. :.
: FOR SAlE-Driving mare. 4 years old. mill. !%.room hotel at a bargain. Several and two return tubular
j<_ .**y. J. B. Gray & Co. 2 W. Romana.Phone boilers 72 --
116 i. gentle rood traveler. Any lady can good farms and town properties. 1 inches diameter by IS feet long. For full "i'ts fint1/
I Ifeb C. M. Wilson Corner Gregory and Barce E. B.-A. No. 81 .
i C. RT 200 Thiesen Write Gentry & Setterllnd. Chipley Fla. particulars ,.
I., : lona street, has opened a meat market I drive her. Yaeger ; apply Stone & Webster Eng. Gulf Steamship Co.? third Wednesday evenj.ip: .It ,:39 p fl.RaRord .
6Nov. 23sept Box 830
IrUNLDIITED: amount of money to loan In connection with his grocery. Every building. Corporation. Pensacola. llnov Hall, No. K. W. -t Jntendn a

!1< on all kinds of personal property. Special thing first-class. ISnovlw _._ -- STEAMER TARPON. street. A. 3 ti-LL: Pr'!
I rates to business men on large W. G. BARROW, Matter. J. L. SWEENEY v, ,',
loans. The New Yjjrk Loan Co.. 204)4 I MISS LEICA REESE has fresh cut flowers FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER AND __--

Palafox. on hand. Orders taken, for special FREIGHT SERVICE. i PENSACOLA'LODGE NO 4, I. O O f:

occasions. Phone 282. ISnovlm WRITE YOUR, WANT AD HERE. PENSACOLA., -Between-MOBILE, APALACHICO. Pensacola Lodge. 10'0"evening L O at O .'11.

meets every Thursday ,
"i"t LOST. WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP:"'We 1 LA DREWS.CARRABELJ.E.MILIVILLE.ST. AN at the new hall on hr Belrront.>Hirn rordiaJ and rn:: !avited. -'

Intendencia are now in entrance our new also quarters at 215 Romana.214 E. Send it to The Journal office day or, night. When ,you need help have anythingto And all rabelle points on and St.AJ.I Andrew.chlcola.Bay Car i streets.. Visiting B. R WJTkOtSKYl

x.oiT-A: severe case of Indigestion and prepared to do everything In wagon ; : SCHEDULE. I A. KERLE. Secretary -
The loser chews CIt LETS. '11neer i and caniage building and repairing E. sell. rent, exchange, or wish to purchase anything, try a want ad. They do the Leaves Pensacola. Sunday. '8.20 p. m, W .
find It If you Chew CHICLETS. L. Herring. Phone 923; City. 14oct- ; for Mobile Ala. V I W. O. W. 0 r\'.
- I I'I : Leave Pensacela Live Oak Camp No 1.
work. Tuesday t 20 ojI'
p. nu. ;
watcn fob, i for St. Andrews MffivlUe r..eets In Pythian hall the 1st and.
LOST-Lock from engraved I MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New tick Apalachlcola month. ", .1.1:
r W. C. :M. Reward for retwra to 29 E. furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Carpet Carrabelle and intermediate; points.. I' Wednesdays in each
'I: Garden street or 12 East Gadsden taken up and matting laid. Leave -- JSIX. For additional information atiniy to' Uverelgns cordially inv1te4.'mcu. Co c
I
.treet. 20nov orders at Watson, Parker Reese Co.'s. ORDINARY WORDS MAKE J. R. SAUNDERS, E. BROOKS. Clerk. !
I Ic Wesley Duncan. 7sept ONE LINE. E .R. COBB. President. I LESLIE
t LOST-one green parrot tsJks Spanish General-- Frt. and Pas*. Agt. Pen. ,
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and English. $10.00 reward for return tot J. H. sacola, Fla. .
PORTER sailmaker. 711 South .
I"
f (Vasso: corner Gregory and ,Palafox.ISnovlw. Palafox street. Orders taken for tents. S ., S I
i i AdvertisementS.NOTICE
t awnings. camp stools and house cots, > Legal :-
i' etc. Price reasonable. JUan CREW NOTICE.
": ,LOST strayed or stolen-female Betterpuppv .' Neither the Captain, Owners I
", about eight months* otd,white. SHIP 'DLERS-KcK1nale. I L ._'_o'- ., nor Consignees of the German I I ITALIAN
'S rith blue ticks. Suitable reward,for re & COL. wholesale and retail ship.Oerting chandlers __ :l >" steamship Adelheid Menzell, OF SALE OF
17nov
'\ turn to W. \ Blount. Jr. and grocers. Only first-class houseof a will be responsible for debts "

-. i---I --- S I kind in city. Fair price to all. -' i-.' : contracted by tie crew oftsaid ,, BARK "OLIYARI.
'*.nel.V
: II I MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-WU-' r i"R.fes ,': :- .T_ .lORGE."l C'apbbL. I The Italian LIck "Oman,"' V '

FOUND.FOUXD I lie Mima. Proprietor. Furniture POWELLLUMBEft CO.. Consign. I masts and rigging. 5 anchors. I 19 '
repairing 25 sails, 3 l b.V!
of an kinds, of chains spars .
carpet laid furniture '
.V S
I for CREW NOTICE. cronometer 3 onpasss 5 bt .
-Large reward of good health to packed shipping. Phone 63. .
everybody who chews CIUCLET8.I Next to Tampa landing. JJaprU Neither the Cap Obi, 3 Tus linen canvas, new and oW r"f'" '.
t .__ _, nor agents of ; s will be sold at auction In diT .
h & steamer '. :N:;' V: T.24tb .
Adelheid MenzeQ *ffl at 10 o'clock a. m. Sat rda>
I STRAY Cow and Calf brtndl. with whitefare H. ALFMAN Tin. Copper and Sheet be th' ?t.o!
mark have trop and split in right ear;. Iron Worker; cornice work and .skylights : -The rate on a want ad filling the abqve space is 25 cents first insertion tracted responsible by .the for crew debts of con-said side,of on Muscosee board said wharf.\essrf.peftNtola on r.a-
owner may same bv paying for this a specialty roofing guttering and vesseL IL JUROENSEN.TUEMLER Q. B. CAFILR"Consular .
< .4. 6:5:: East Gregory atleeL C. R. Olsen. repairing. 109 East Government,. V V .
I taovlm heuM building. ,Phone 121C and 660.opera and 5 cents a da' .for each additional consecutive insertion. Send cash with the ad. RqBERT A CO.._
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I STILLBREAKINGRECORDS! I YOUNG I 1 & OLD I 47 ;r3


NAVAL STORES. HEAD 'ftffSHOULDERS 'Cleaned'Yesterday. St1k7'
Gracia. Span liverPool
i as Bats 19S3 for ?
Savannah Ga. Nov. 20.-The naval ., with a&tttfcmal cargo of 41 square
stores market closed to-day as follows: \ bales cotton, 85'round bates cotton.

: : w\v ............:....j.... .........7 00 ,,' 1ly" k
October sales LPG .......................:.........6 M riNNlrrn sri111111ur r 1i >VESSELS': PORT.Stcama111PL .'
were N ...................................6 00 w ( I, :
i OUR i ii M ...................................550 i Alfred Menzele ,Ger ss, Jorgensen, 1288

25 f.:::>:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::t.5:.440 00 i i MOBILE{ BUCKGIN St.Camperdoron Vincent to }J. Baars & Co.. GrowthD. .

grea er by per cent I ..........................4 15; to.H 4 25 { ss. Alexandra 1620.
i Gulfport to F. O. Howe Co.
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G ..............................;...4 00 Br c
Prentice ; Rio ;Ja-
F .........................3 95 to 4 00 Nero Conway ss. 25T8. r
than in the history B ...................:..............3 90 Helsingburj to master., Sw-ed-S, SchrieZ, 1422, i
more ever : D .........................350 to 365 Huelva to liTer Bros. 1
+ T C .................... ..3 15 to 380 Rhodesian Br ss, Peck, 2054. Carte- For the Young It
of business Spirits Turpentine 663k cents. Brings back a hint of gent to Gulf Transit Co.
i our WMtfleld. Br ss, Johns 1560 West
i the olden days. Hartlepool to flyer Bros.
FAULTS OF CHILDREN. Ships. '"THESE
two extremes of 4 S a

i Just received, additional shipments ii tavestlgrate the'-Causes Before Re.ortlns Stimulates and, gives renewed ,, don.AvantI to order.Nor ship, Anderson I64S. Lon 1life certainly demand exactly those nourishing ;

f strength and vigor.A Ferreira Port ship Barroa 506. Lisbon
to PanUhment.A which to the
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conveyed .
to properties
master. are system
I .
: of "High Art" on R. & W., $15. large amount of so called haughtiness favorite drink: with all : Canada., Br ship Spurr. %%31. Rio food C i : I
Acme Malt Tonic.. It is liquid .
splendid ,
children be men. Try it today, and jp"* Pft to itrh Pine Lumber Co. by a .
among accountedfor
: Specials In Men's Suits. Don't fall upon grounds which may quite excludethe you'll forget your year to Harbinger master. Rus ship 1399.: Algoa Bay :that.does not tax the digestion, but which conveys ; r +

desirability of punishment for Its werp Ingrid to,McK.Xor Getting ship. Dannell.& Co. 1260 Ant- a maximum amount of nutrition in minimum bulk. '

f i to see them. Also see our line of specials I. correction Lancet. It says may a be writer due to In the the fact London that: I II I All good dealer tell it. I, to Lena order.Ital ship Tassara 1581, London It is purely vegetable and is highly: recommendedand t y

: In Men's and Young Men's Suits, Overcoats the child has bad insufficient, sleep or Afredo, Uruguayan Barks.bk. Matagas, >S7, widely used in practice by the best physiciansin F', 1'

Is overtired" after a long day's excitement I fiB & B" Atlanta Montevideo to H. H. Thotnton. the land. It is invaluable for growing or undeveloped ; 1
: and Cravenettes at $10.98. Alfhild. Swed bk. Svensea, 1333, Dur- .t
41 a to master. children, and for weak, listless, run-down ;'t
Children
may be restless or restiveas ,
Andrea. Nor bk. Quale 114. Durban to -
I
: the direct result of being tmdertlred. naster. people) in general- a ;
i .
Campbell 'Nor bk. Hausken 1100.SUvanger .
They may have been confined at home .to McK. Oertins & Co. AT JUi rSUGSTOEKS, OK DI2ECT FKOM TEX ZZXWKKY i t
: : for the whole day owing to the Inclemency Chacma. Nor bk Jorgensen. 557, MAD BY ACHS BREWTKG CO..MAOO3.GA. '

of the weather, and as a consequence CUIF CITY COFFEE CO. Fleetwood Hereford to Nor order.bk. Jensen' 13SO, Rosario. = zS. +
the only apparent outlet for to order. 7
I TH E M. & O. their restrained physical energy & H.. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. to Heimdal.erder. Nor bk. Hensen 1334. nun

j I found by annoying those who have Eoasters, Blenders and Shippers of Humberto. ..Span bk, 1111, Battle. Havana
charge of them. to order. -
Fine Isabel Browne, R.s b.'l Lindquist. 1231.
I CLOTHING STORE There are also some cases In whichan CoffeesOUR Hull to master.
Incipient physical or mental disorder COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL Kink Oscar II Nor bk ;Johnson. 752,
Rosario to A. Zelius.
may manifest Itself by symptoms GROCERS. GIVE 'THEM A TRIAL Lila, Nor bk, Aanonsen. 1(30 Santosto DEPOT LOAN OFFICE.
which very strongly resemble willful .
: 321-323 SOUTH PAUFOX STREET PHONE 1155 I perversity unless the possibility'of the Luis, Uruguayan bk Lopez 700, Havana

1 N Neo.... .........OOONNOONOOOONONIN.NNONl00 onset of an illness Is borne In mind. It Maria to order.Ger 'bk, French' 1923 Kings All kinds of repairing done on Watches, Clocks, : .
2s notorious that ill timed MCMILLAN ill II I Lynn to master. Guns Pistols.
punishmentin Marina Madre Its bk. Simon at ta, Highest price paid for old gold. Money\ r ..'S i
these cases at times has precipitated 116S Genoa to order. 1- ;
a severe attack. Stuttering and ehyt33. ;. ::- ..$ Mecca: Nor bk El'.efsen, 995 Hamburg loaned on personal property. We handle all kinds of- +

are also likely to ba aggravated .6.STIlts to Negpore.A. Zellus.Nor bk. Ojerdsen 1123, East Jewelry, both new and second-hand. Don't forget. 'J 1

by being noticed. A deaf child Is often !URPEJI London to A..Zelius.Olivari .,
Don't You Worry Inattentive and has been occasionally ..P" ;: Ital bk\ Costa Genoa to or J J. E. Clement!, THE WATCHMtf( i
108 Eist .
t Street.
Wright i .
classed among: the mentally defective. der.Pallas.. Nor tkr Johnson, 1219 Ply.
It has been said that many childrenare mouta: to A. Zelius. ." f 4 4DON'T
About Your Holiday Goods Superb Nor bk. Ullch 1934: Antwerp
punished for the faults of their to A. Zelius & Co. m
teachers. This is undoubtedly true Schooners. \ '
Clara E. 862. Calbar- n-
when such faults exhibit themselves as len, Cuba, to ldfLMb& Co. ;1

I have anything you need in bicycles a continually dose atmosphere In the BeHze Donna tb Christina master. Am sen, McLeod. 165, SPEND ALL YOU&EARNINGS
schoolroom or a prolonged strained and
Doaalra.*Br sen, Beddie 2001, St. Lacie
guns, rifles, ammunition, cramped attttud of the pupil's! body to master. J 1 sk
while he Is seated.at work. Vre Jent Freddie Hencken. Am scb, Bryant 47S. i j
fishing tackle athletic goods tennis Havana to maater.Premiums:
periods of exercise la the open air are .

goods, automobiles, wagons, veloc- essential order to arouse t&e-c&peta- given ,away. .
Real Estate
tion and to stimulate the Hind It a Transfers. If you do you will never amass wealth. .! j }' '.l '
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Look for pink tickets in Obe- ,
ipedes footballs phonographs b. Following Is a list of the real estate "
mischievous disposition U to
combated -
The foundation r '
transfers recorded yesterday furnished by of all fortunes has been laid ;
Flour
lisk i
the PensaCota Abstract Co.: packages.
Typewriters, and, Everything, at DEEDS. with the saving habit.: Get started now and E,,
Fannie Lee to C. P. Fisher-Part of r i i
prices to suit the poor man's purse. LONDON PUNCH, the southeast % of tho northeast % of J t
Sec U., Tp 2 S. R 31 W.. beginning at a Last of the Sailing Craft. Deposit in Our
Call in and see what we have. ._ stake 750 feet south of the center of the ''It'leems to me," remarked the re- Money Savings- j
One Occasion When the Pruprletoi northeast H of raid section. thence run-
tVamted.lt Stopped. ning east 2(2 feet, thence south 420 feet, tired sea captain"that such boats as
thence west 2(2 feet thence north 4Zi those"-tie nodded at a fishing schooner DepartmentIt .
The Introduction of Sir Francis feet, to point of beginning, containing 2',4
acres-11 and other valuable considera as he, spoke that was coming up ,
Burnand to the staff of Punch led to
F. B. BRUCE V I
tions. the bay wing and Trtng-"are the only J
in unusua\\ incident. The Bookbuyertells Leslie R' BrooM
to B. F. Wolfe Lot will
: craft left nowadays that don't have begin to earn you more money from
the story. )lr. Burnand had given 15, block 16. New City Tract-i00.00and lIthe +
Other good and valuable considerations. Ttlckors'Ip, them;or use steam power day of deposit. Four cent. interest i
up his profession ,of law and'was per
The Goods Man. in Of canal boats
Sporting some way. course
devoting himself to writing. It occurred paid. \ ,
Elegant premiums given use steam nowadays, every clam sloop _
to him that a burlesque on the
ii '- sensational novel l of the day and printed for pink tickets in Obelisk coming irp from the Jersey' coast has a 1' i
naphtha engine in her all the fishermen 11
I after the manner of the LondonJournal
flour. ;1' j, v along our coast who just go out
might make popular hit He r I .
of t day at'a time 'depend on naphtha to FIRST NATIONAL
proposed his plan to the editor BANKOF
Punch who at once accepted the Idea Thanksgiving Poultry. get, back to market, and all the citychaps

SidewalksThat The first installment came out 111U5trateil Turkeys, Ducks, Chickens, etc., Ed. who used to feare sailboats hare i

by Gilbert, Du Manner and M. Pooler. Corner Chase and DeVil given them up for power boats. Every PENSACOLA FLA. i 1, a
Keene and reproduced In Journal fash liers street, Pobne H2f. IBnovlw big ship of any size at all uses donkey

Ion. It took" at once and became the engines get up sail and anchor, ando Designated, Depositary of the United States. l'
old sidewalk of yours Is unsightly and Insecure at BhftYfag the old original American schooner ;

best your if not safety.dangerous.Save It money cheapens by your building property'a handsome and menaces talk The of day the'town.of tho. first Issue the senior -"By the great omelet! clucked the seems to be' 'the only one left that W. H. Knowles. President. W. K. flyer, J,.., Vice-President and Caihler.Tho } 4 .

durable concrete walk that enhances your values, proprietor of Punch was ill In bed. old ben as she coddled down upon the sticks to saU alone. I wonder how .. W. Brent Ass't Cashier. W. N. Robert. Ass't Cashier. "
cuts out accident and damage risks and .is a continual The number reached him with the thirteen eggs, "this nest Is made of long It will 'be before these fishing Director*-F.C. BrentV. A.Blount. W. H. Knowles. W. K. flyer;Jr. + 4 t

source of satisfaction. Journal burlesque folded on the out excelsior. No doubt about It, this is craft will go the same road. When tSD. G. Brent. ,rt I IC. Ia

We'll'build you'a sidewalk that will be properly laid, of side. At first ho thought a Journal going to be'a shaving set"-Watson's they do one of the most picturesque Pt P

the .best materials and put down under the, personal super- had been sent him by mistake but Magazine. things known to man will hare passedout +
vision-of who knows how. We'll of existence I tell "
a man guarantee the work when he discovered that the page you. J
and'keep if in repair. The price is reasonable. ,Call 'Phone Tis not necessity but opinion that I
formed a portion of Punch he did not President. JOHN
14>5. W.LAMAR PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashitr.
makes men miserable, and when we CURK.Vice-President and Cishler. J.W.ANDREWS AuisfaatCashier.; '
stop to read It, but sprang out of bed
to be fancy sick there's no cure. CREW NOTICE. :
come 4.e i f fI fm
at once dressed and hurried to the
Neither the Captain owners
office. nor consignees of the Br ss TH AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK : .
Pensacola Cement Stone a Rhodesian will be responsiblefor
Company, "Stop Punch! he cried, bursting: into Cash Year Cbecka.. debts contracted by the ,
the room. "Stop Punch! You've gota It Is not well to keep checks ICoCtteJ crew of said vessel.li. .
OF HNSHCOLH FC.4LOpera (-
page of the Journal the form!" tip in your desk. Cash them. It U security PECK .
GULF TRANSIT CO..
Captain. :
S. J. Harvey, Manager. It took' considerable explanation to tor yourself If the drawer b Consignee.The House Building. It

satisfy him that some dreadful mistake : not entirely reliable and a favor to ; 1 >
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. t_
bad not been made. him If he Is. "Stale" checks are In i

r:-: ---- This was Mr. Burnand's first appear- Annoyance to bank officials and a cea Worried W JDa.. CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000., SURPLUS $60.000. 1 = .: "
ance on the Punch staff. The next era! hindrance. Cash your checks! The worried woman Is not the tae 3.

night Thackeray took him to the week. : who has trouble but the one who Is DIRECTORS. ; =

How Our Acme Double Flint ly dinner and Introduced him: Sarcastic looking for trouble. She meets trouble Henry U Co lngton, Frank Rellly, F. E. Browner i

Coated "ienUemen-the new boy." I Softly-I'd hive you to understand more than halfway. As a rule the wo- J. M. Pfeiffer, W. 3, Roftasco C. W. Lamer, t
Asphalt Roofing Excels sir that rm noj each a fool as I look. man-who has real,troubles is too busy' Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourin, J. R. Saanders, 1

Is made from the best Wool Felt. +' Persian Dramatic Barcast-Well, then, you hare much to making the best of things that bare A. M. Avery V W. H.,Milton, 0. E. Maura,
Saturated and coated under a new process with Asphalt. e 3 '' i to about things tbt i W.U Cawthon. Dr. W. J. Hannah, Mckenzie Oertina t
of the be thankful for. happened worry
s" A traveler, speaking of some
H a Felt.
rubber-like (densely compressed) Roofing C. E.
Alex trlcGo\\'lo, M- Covlngton, M' Clark. ,
Coated on both sides with Silicate.Reoists q t oddities of Persian customs when viewed may happen.A j
dot the action of vapor, acids and fire. U with occidental eyes said: ilcty fejcjlUexts fcr rent at $U0, $&(0 sad }5U the year. Private apartcaat :
affected by heat or cold. A ftwertlo child's school lunch basket can be i '
Tile roofing that never leaks. "Depending aa wv. do upon illusion in connection for the convenience of cuitanen.
*
j "At least, said the author who had it i
Easily affixed. kept sweet and clean by dipping
and
scenic effects in theaters, the
Th. experience of twenty years proves it to be the best s .. our made a lIens:1tionalsuccesa"my manu first into hot salt water, then into cold Four per cent interest Paid on Tim Deposits. i
Ready Roofing on the market. presentation of a Persian play by native
A didn't Into the wastebasket""No
rut script go water, about once a month. Dry quickly .1
up In rolls 32 inches wide and 40 feet 6 Inches long performers strikes the westerneras -
containing-108! square-feet wrapped In heavy casing. f ," answered the cold hearted by the fire., 1 ,.
little short of ridiculous, the
APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS. extrtm.j publisher. "but that's where your book it
solemnity of all concerned
will go after the average reader rem Almond Milk.

3Ply, 80 lbs per roll, complete. one appeal of their to hilarity favorite all miracle the plays. the through with Washington Star. Almond milk is made by blanching THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK S
sized Jordan almonds and
2-Ply, 70 Ibs. per roll, complete. Is thirty good
prophet scpposed to ascend to heaven ,
;
them to In half
Threats.I bruising a powder a PENSACOLAA
1-Ply, 60 lbs. per roll, complete. t ;. and this dramatic Incident is accomplished consider It a mark of great'pru.. pint of distilled water. A lamp of I'
'
Samples and Full Particllars Free. O. fcy the very simple expedient deuce In a man to abstain from threats! sugar must be worked in at the same General Banking Business Conducted out Safe and Conservative :\' .1\
of drawing him from the Basis.
Also J : and.1-pI7'Tarred Roofing Paper Sheathing and v4 up stage or any contemptuous expressions for time to prevent the oil from separating.The i 1. -.
Insulating Paper'Carolina and out of sight with a block and
i? F, neither of these weaken the enemy process takes some time and
tackle. The tackle is attached to his Correspondence Solielted R. M. Bushnell. Cashier.City .
I I but threats make him more cautious should be done In a mortar. Strata
Portland Cement CoeAtlanta belt by an attendant in plain view of and the other excites his hatred and a through cheesecloth: To make the milk

f& the audience. So strong, however, II'' desire to revenge himself.-:Machiavelll. richer increase the number of nuts : ; i}

the imaginative power in the oriental used. The preparation Is one of the k

that many of the onlookers" will be observed most soothing and bleaching. of Pensacola Improvement Bonds;!
weeping openly. -Harper"!
....... ...... .. ...... Weekly. -- Denomination. St 000.00 each. Dated January 1st. 1906. Maturing January ,... t f.'
.. .. ..............HNO __ The StormWe The Hostess. 193J. Redeemable Jan. let 1926.: Interest Payable Seml-Annually. --1 I' J
Perhaps no surer Index of breeding: WE OFFER FOR SALE= THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE, ,
i. IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER. I .
Apparent and Presumptive.There exists than Is displayed in the knowledge S

Witcher I is a good deal of misapprehen of just what degree of effort is The Peoples Bank of Pensacola +i

Zemurray & Co. | don as to the difference In the meaningof now have all of our proper In'entertaining. If a hostess' :

i the two terms heir apparent and chief concern is to show off her possessions Pensacola Fla. .!
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heir presumptive as used In royal fam storm-beaten docks work- to give herself a good time or ...

i Commission Brokers. : ilies. The heir apparent must succeed ing and are prepared to dock to save all possible effort% she does into -- 'w .
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to the throne or the dignity whatever call her intent hospitality. The true
I It may be, if he survive the! present any' vessel from 100 to 3,000 essence of hospitality Is distilled of the ', : ,fCalcimo

Pensacola and New Orleans bolder while the heir presumptive: aP kindly, unselfish wish to give pleasureand .

f 11 W. Intendancla. 820, Common.' though he Is the ,heir at the moment tons on short notice. We a t&cU1Il1D4erstandlnl of the fit ; Add Gold Water and Use t v

t may hare his right to the succession solicit estimates from captains ness of things, <
nullified by the birth of another heir.

Provisions, In England for Instance the Prince of and owners of vessels ala*.]let CnrtaUs. Just the, thing for calcemining walls of )
Wales Is always theheir apparent to requiring docking and re If 'IOU'T.. made the mistake of
the throne. Should there not be a getting curtains of too thin a net to rooms, 'etc. In 12 shades or tints and at 10 ,.

prince of Wales-that Is, should the pairs. hang over natural wood shutters, get cents a pound.Saunders .;, ,.

: Out-of-Town Orders Given ,Special Attention.. reigning monarch not bare any sons- sheer-xauslia or silt or one of Its substitutes :

i tbe nearest heir In the legitimate succession OLLINGER & BRUCEDRY and hang It from the same ..

*4 Direct becomes the heir presumptive, pole byway of lining. A delicate tint Mill Company .t .
. Private Wires. Telephone No. 1173. used In certain .
his or her right being always subjectto of color may be rooms ,
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r EIGHT. THE PEN8ACOLA JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY-. MORNING, NOVEMBER, 21, 190*.

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10EFENSE SlUE : TUG I LOST! ,


.t l as.? It Takes More ARE YOU PARTICULAR.I Mufflers,

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j r: i Than Just OF PEONAGE.Y G[ f'I. TRIP TO THIS Seasonable

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f Good Cloth ABOUT '
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make clothes
good
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I y P.v' 'n h.?:::N6 and that's where;clothes Ii I YOUR : .

bearing the label of "The \ Shirts in Smart Society
in Tow of Cuban
f #yy s.r P' John White Store" take (Continued from Third Page.) Was .a

the lead workmanship a car where some stealing had been Steamer and Foundered S-r.C>:N'"E
done. Witness slept in a car with foreigners I SHOES.I '
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aa as well as fabric. The but had never spoken to I off Mobile Bar. THE HABERDASHER.
best tailors in America them. Witness said he was never
prevented from going where he
:c: *' make them, .and our I pleased and had never known of any : 222 S. Palafox.

prices make wonder I restriction being placed upon the men. : The tug Ida formerly owned In Mobile ;j
you

> how we can sell them at among dissatisfaction Witness the did men.not, if there know had what been caused any i .Here are;' two elegant styles of our celebrated i i f I company, but, recently has been sold lost to while.a Mexican In tow I II i Just Received. --=

such moderate prices. Cross Examination. Shoes for !for this port. Reports are that the: Dill Imported Pickles.Macaroni.Sauer Kraut Sweet, JUckerdTfS Oil.
.Dodd especially designed women
It's the big number of Questioned by District Attorney I t Dorothy -.*v i tug foundered when off Mobile bar in' Fish, Pigs Feet, Spanish Oni"'!. PIlot
Sheppard witness said he did not ? I tow of a steamer and the steamer Bread, French Navy Bread. I"elT:
; ; ; sales, and not the big know McGinnis. Witness had reachedthe : who are.particiilar 1 about the kind of shoes they wear. : then proceeded direct without stopping >-: fresh Witch and HazeL new $1.00 3

; ; profit on each sale that camp In July. He knew foster at Pensacola as Intended. The: Marine per gallon

counts here. Take a who had reached the camp about a i In these shoes you will find style, comfort and dura- i following special from Mobile, relates V J.Grocery VIDAL. Company
week before witness arrived. Witness the loss of the tug; anager.
look at our, $15.00 and said he had never seen anyone carry bility combined. We also have many other handsome "News has been received here that I -
: suits. ing a gun excepting "Big Harry." .the tug Ida was lost off Mobile bar KNOWLES

his $16.50.. Witness left the camp of his own i styles which,we will be pleased to show you- e on her way to Pensacola, while In tow BReS
f free will;- he had never seen anyone of the Cuban steamer Vultabajo. The Insurance.FIRE
brought back.Witness : tug had been purchased by a Mexican .
+ THE had seen Gallagher during T $3, $3.50 and,$4. company, and It was Intended that LIFE, ACCIDENT MARIN .
the day and had had a drink with she'should tow barges in the surrounding General Agents of
him; Harry Myers waspresent, as waters of Progresso. Heavy The
JOHN WHITE STORE was also Bud Talbot. weather was encountered, and the tug EquitableLIFE

Witness was acquainted with Mc- I foundered and was IdsL Details of ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW
SPECIALISTS IN MEN'S AND Ginnis. Witness said that, there was i the loss cannot be obtained until the YORK.

Phone 252.BOYS'205.207 WEAR.S. Palafox. no and agreement action McGinnis'of between Gallagher.resent himself any belligerent ,.Talbot II WATSOv PARKER & REESE Co. return of the Vultabajo to this port. >09 South Palalox Strtet.Pur .


John Collins. i N TO WEAR." i THE WEATHER

a John that Collins he had the been next an witness employee stated of-1....................................................:

... WHW .H>> H the Jackson Lumber Co. for the past CONTINUES WARMBUT ;]

.t. j l I two years; he had been employed at see it.
DIAMONDS WATCHES JEWELRY
the log camp and accommodations: .
Dr. R. H. Trammel.Dr.
J* CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE there were excellent. Witness had Trammel stated that he had ABANDONED THE
iii never seen the watchman interferingwith been practicing at Lockhart since RAIN AND COLDER WEATHERIS
c STERLING SILVERWARE, the men, who could go and comeas 1903. He was the physician of the
they pleased; there was no distinc- THE PREDICTION FOR
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Jackson Lumber Co. Witness stated
ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS. tion between Americans and foreigners. that the accommodations and food at

S CUT GLASSWARE. Witness had never seen any the camp were good and that the men ITALIAN SHIP TO-DAY. foodYold
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man forced to work against his will, were well treated-In fact as well 1 ,
neither had he seen anyone beaten; treated as a man would treat his own
there were absolutely no restrictionsat The weather continues warm, notwithstanding
family. The doctor's instructionswere
Engraving and Fine Stationery. the camp. Witness had never seen to do everything possible for the the prediction of rain
the watchman armed. and colder weather for yesterday and
men and no order ,had. ever been VANLOO
Cross Examination.On turned down. last night. The arrival of both has

cross examination witness said Witness knew Manuel Jordmons evidently been delayed about twenty-

MaiUOrders.Receive Prompt ,Attention he was "saw boss," and worked a and had treated him; the first time four hours, and the weather depart-
E crew of men. Witness stated that he he treated Jordmons was because he --- ment has again' made a similar forecast -
friend of Bob he was covered with red for to-day. The cooler weather
was a Gallagher; bugs causing Crew of the Wrecked Vessel
had come from New York to the him to scratch the skin off; afterwards following rains was yesterday pass-
E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co. i camps alone. "Big Harry" was a Jordmoas went out with his ing over Louisiana, and it is expectedthat
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greaser and worked on the cars. Witness legs in that condition and was Brought 'to the City there will be a marked changein

MOBILE, ALA. did not see Gallagher push a poisoned causing bad sores. A num- the temperature before to-morrow

|H"':-'*#* :*HH" .S..H."HK. man into the car, although he .was ber of others were affected in the Yesterday.The morning.
; there on every day during the monthof same manner The first few days the Yesterday the maximum temper.
l July. There were 75 to 100 men In men were treated at the:; car; .afterwards I ature was 74 degrees at' 12:30 p.
camp when witness was there and.he a hospital was established at crew of the wrecked Italian HL, while the minimum was 70 degrees -
I had seen all of them in Lockhart .at Lockhart and the men ': 'ere. treated ship Vanloo, which went ashore a at 7 a. m. Last year on the -TOP
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We are-offering some dressed'damaged different times.- there. Nothing was -charg: l against: week ago about twenty miles-east of same date the maximum was 70 de-
know Mi the while ; and the minimum 61 degrees.
Witness did not Buckley, men they were &ick and the Pensacola bar came to the city yes grees
f haly, "Square Head" or'Laninger. He company expected nothing from them. terday morning, reaching here In
lumber at a bargain.We was not at the camp when Mihaly was Cross Examination. small boats,,and Immediately went before
brought back to camp, but had heardof On 'cross examination witness stated United States Immigration Agent ODD FELLOWS
It. Witness knew nothing about that he had 6<)o. to 800 men to Leary for examination. The
can fill all orders now for new the men running away and ''had not look after during July. Witness last of the men announced their Intentionof majority RYE

seen Gallagher or Grace go after any saw Jordmons between 'July30 and shipping on other sailing vessels In I HOLD MEETINGJOPPA
men. August 1, when he war down with typhoid -
port, which are short of men, and do
stock.shipment{ arriving daily. Witness knew Huggins, but could fever. Jordmons was sick for not Intend remaining In this country.
not say when he went to Georgia but two weeks before he the camp,
t had missed him from the camp about and had left camp before lie was able The crew consisted of seventeen LODGE NO 6 SERVED rEBPHAND WEST tlMEJlA: SONScmcmNAn.0.
F men In addition to the captain and IOWISVIU.C.HY. ST.JQSiPll)
G. DeSlLVA & COMPANY the middle of August. to do so. The married .men were
they had shipped at Buenos Ayres for CHOWDER AFTER INITIATION -
Witness first knew he 'was comingto charged $1.00per month; and the sin the !
; court on Tuesday. last He knew gle men 60 cent; per month for medical entire voyage, as the ship was to LAST NIGHT.A .
return
to that
: port. The majority of
when Gallagher and others,came to attention; District Attorney Shep- the .
Pensacola in August;'he had heard pard estimated the total,amount ,assessed with men them are their Italians; They' brought Coaland WoodWe
personal
.................................................. some talk of the case, but had not In this manner at use per the supplied of the ship effects and ,and largely attended and most entertaining
i some
talked with Gallagher regarding it month, which was agreed] to by wit
t John Kolichan. ness. A similar amount, approximately other equipment also. session of Joppa Lodge No. deliver Ice Coal Cliarcn-' *
The ship will be abandoned 6, L O. O. F.. held last night In
now al- was
John Kolichan, a Hungarian was was assessed for insurance, all of Wood anywhere in the city.V '
I i Gas For I called and, though Interpreter. Freid- which went to the Jackson Lumber though it is probable that an effort the hall on Wrest Belmont street. The supply you in any quantity and our;
Lighting will be made to remove at an early meeting was attendee not only by
man testified that he 'was employedby Co. Dr. Trammel received a salary I service is. always prompt.
date some of the members of but also
the Jackson Lumber Co:' having from the company.On I equipment now on Joppa Lodge by Steam and Domestic Coal.
board. The vessel is now fast break. many members of Pensacola LodgeNo.
redirect examination Dr.
gone to work on July Id. Witness Tram
ing and with each 4 and brethren. Wood Cut Any Size.
up visiting
heavy sea
came from New York with a party of mel said the company operated
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1; Gives a.bright, steady, soft and radiant light i 24 and after arriving at Lockbart, schools for both white and" colored II the pieces beach.of wreckage are driven In on The degree staff of No. 4 conferredthe E. G. SEWALL
was put to work on the railroad, children at Lockhart. for; the benefitof second degree upon several candidates ,
t -more nearly like daylight than any light- : sleeping in the .car and taking his their employees. These schools There is for membership in No. 6, after Phones 614363. 26 N. Tarragona!; SI

t ing agency kno s. Inverted incandescent t meals at.the dining car. Witness said were partially supported .by the Jackson why your baby should no Reason be thin, and which excellent fish chowder was ,
served and the evening most enjoy. ---------- --
lamp up-for $1.50. the sleeping accommodations and food Lumber Co. fretful during the night. 'Worms HICKS'CAPUDINE
t gas put Large-300-can- : were good. His testimony did not dif- Court then adjourned until 9:30 are ably spent.

f. die power gas arc lamp for stores or halls : fer materially ..from that of the other clock this morning. is the natural cause that of thin a healthy, sickly baby babies.should It CHRISHOLM'S FATEIN

:, '' put'up for $7.00.Pensacola. witnesses Cross for defense.Examination.On PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. be fat and sleep well. If your baby WXTUT CUIU
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PAZO OINTMENT Is' guarantees to does not retain its food don't experiment HANDS OF
examination said he knew JURYBy flEADACBESUkiI
cross cure any case of ItchingBlind.. Bleedingor with colic
.and
I Protruding Plies in 6 to It cures other medicines
Trurich Mihaly, who had come with days or COLDS
money refunded. 80c. but try a bottle of White's Associated Press Brae e?
him from New York.. He did not
I 'i Gas Company know Laninger but he, also came Cream Vermifuge, and you will soon 'Birmingham, Nov. 20.-The case I.'te UHoll1l,.5
see baby have color L wkekt2E Jt1sE
your and
laugh being heard in the federal court to de-
down at the same time as witness.
:.1 Phone 148.' 24 and 27 F Garden Street. : Witness knew when Mihaly and Lan- KILLS OFF RATSStearns' I. as it should. Sold .by all druggists. termine the sanity of Alexander R.

f f.................................... ................. inger left tne camp. '1 he doctor and Electric Past la'.'Sure Deathto Chisolm, teller of the First National
--------- -- --.- .-. .-., another man brought Mihaly back to All Vermin.Do I. Thanksgiving Poultry. Bank went to the Jury this afternoonand Florida and Alabama
I .: he could not who I not let rats and mice die in the Turkeys a decision is expected tomorrow '
the camp; say Ducks, Chickens, eta, Ed.
I rIi brought Laninger back. Witness did house. I' M. Pooley. Corner Chase and DeVih morning. Chisolm Is charged with LAND COMPANYManufacturers,
not know of any others who had been Use Stearns' Electric. Rat and liers street, Pohne, 1121. 15novlwCRESTVIEW the embezzlement of a hundred thous-
I Roach Paste and they will rush out, and dollars of the bank's funds and -
Ii NOT A brought back. Osminsky was broughtinto .
QUESTION of the of
court and identified as "Square house in search of water and the defense entered an insanity plea. and Dealers
a Head" by witness who said "Square soon die.Stearns'. To-day was consumed by arguments.How's in SHINGLES
Paste is the most reliablerat LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS

It. OF MONEY Head"not was seen sick him at the whipped.camp. Witnesshad ever and known.cockroach Sold destroyer under an that absolute was r i AND KILN.DRIED SAP.

Chas. Haas, who testified the day This?
guarantee of perfect satisfaction.StearnsV .
R., previously, was called Into court and
Ii.! Y' Electric Paste is sold every. We offer One Hundred Dollars
witness recognized him, but said Reward
where or sent prepaid on receipt of for any caseof Catarrh that
cannot be
\well-dressed is not Haas did not want to work; the price, 2 oz. box 25c., 16 oz. box $1.00. Special to The Journal. I cured by HaIr.. Catarrh Cure.F. YOUR GROCER HAS IT
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11 I minute Haas had a good meal he Stearns' Electric Paste Co., Buffalo, Crestview .Nov. 20.-A period of i J. CHENEY CO. Toledo, O.
F a question of spending a wanted to go to sleep. Witness did N. Y., (formerly Chicago Ill) rainy and warm weather Is prevailing I Cheney We the for undersigned the last! JJ yean have known and believe F. J Ask him to send you

I lot of money;; it's: a ,question not see Haas whipped. Witness stated : throughout this section. i him perfectly honorable In all business
that he was on his own Farmers transactions and
expense are busy grinding financially able to
cane and carry '
1 of going to the right but, upon being closely questioned. be- digging potatoes since the heavy host out any oblfcation made by his firm.
acksonSquare"
W ALDIXG. KL NAN &
came badly rattled, finally admittingthat of MARVIN' 1
Il' ; place to buyyour clothes. Jast week Wholesale Druggists. Toledo. 6.
his fare had been paid by "Char Mr. W A. Knapp has'been relieving Han's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally:

I ... Most any"store can sell you lie," an employee of the company. $ Mr. Neel at the depot for.a few dars. acting surfaces directly of upon the toe system.blood and mucous =
Testimon
1 a suit for most any price, Ernest Dietrich. I Several of our citizens have been ials sent.free. Price '75 cents per bottle.
Ernest Dietrich an employee of called to Pnsacola as witnesses in Sold by aU druggist
I I. ;? but when it to suit Take Hall's
; comes the Jackson Lumber Co., who came the peonage cases. Family Pills for Gonstioa.pation. -

J', : _: quality and a quality suit, from New York* was called Buy Mr. Settles and famuy have moved
II nextDistrict Attorney Saep- to Robinson mill near East
Bay.
g Java Blend.)
YOU have of (
our
guarantee Mrs. Lindsay Is
pard objected to witness testify. on avisit to her
i "Money Back If Not Satis- ing as he had been in the courtroom WbiskT"t mother, Mrs. Blake. at Caryville. '
while testimony was being taken. Wit. 'Sheriff Campbell carried to De- COFFEEThia
factory. ness stated through Interpreter Friedman Funiak Sunday a negro who became The

i R There isn't a style or that the only time he had beenin That has the i engaged in a shooting agray at Ray's Ironyof
the court room was when he took still near Auburn, and 'Who inflicted Coffee Blended to
t b fabric, missing that's new the oath. Interpreter Friedman said reputation a severe wound in the shoulder of an Suit You.

f ..I or fashionable,... and he did not, believe witness thoroughly other negro.B. Fate ,
every understood the question and Dis- Tor Purity. H. Lindsay has sold out his naval If it does not please you. return
t ; 's'' 3 one desirable and depend- trict .Attorney Sheppard questionedthe ,stores business 10 miles south of this It to your grocer. Your

f ; I able. $8, $10, $12.50: $15, witness further in English. The It is;just as easy to secure will place, to a Mr.Smith of Flomaton. and I is certainly; bad laundry money refunded. Every can
} witness was then allowed to testify. we understand, locate.near Boni- 'guaranteed by us.
t. f :; ,, I$16.50 and up to $27 50. Witness said he went.to work for the pure arlic1efortheumemonqtha.tyou_ 1 fay. work. You can> avoid all

; the. company on July 3 and that the II such Coffee Co.
t ,|accommodations at the camp and the THERE'S NO USE by having your Importers
for adulterated. If
the
:food were good; he had no complaintto pay talking you can't beat Herbine for' laundry done by. the '1

0. ANSON make. His testimony was practi- Pure .Whisky is what you the liver The. greatest regulator Limited.

tApyr I cally a repetition of the testimony of want, ask for j J* ..I.I J t ever offered to suffering humanity. New Orleans, La.
:= other. witnesses for: defense relativeto If suffer
_Houa of ., you, from liver complaint,I The Star Steam
conditions at the. -
camp. It you are bUHous
"JESSE MOORE"&lAAII and fretful, It's your: '
CASH CLOTHIER Cross Examination. liver, and Herbine win put It In Its,
11 Witness stated upon cross examination proper condition. A positive cure for Laundry i!i The Lewis Bear Co.

CORNER PAUFOX AND MAIN( that some of the men left there .N., GOUDRING.DOTHIBUTOR. Constipation. Billlousness, Dyspepsia, '37 E. Garden 8t' Phone 114 I .
during July but be bad not seen them and all Uls;.due to a.torpid Itver Try i Pensacola, Fla.falSTRIBUTERS.
brought back.. Witness heard about PCNSACOL, FLA. a bottle and you will never nae any Pensacola; Fla. .

-. Buckley rein Fhlpped bat did .not.' thing else.. .sold b7.afl)1raggtati- I *
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