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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 22, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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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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Ponce Where He Arrived I I Names of Guilty O OCEAN UNER DAMAGING ,EVIDENCE No Prospect of Resuming Testimony Is All In and AT ,

Service Inside of Three guments Will Begin :;

Yesterday. Members.EVERY AGAINST CHRISTMASCounty Days.CUMBERLAND Sometime To-Day. I

IN COLLISION I I '
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TRIP TO SAN JUAN -
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MEANS OF GETTING EVI *-
RIVER IS ON RAMPAGE : FOR DEFENSE ALL 4''' ', !
THE FAMOUS MILITARY ROAD '
DENCE WAS EXHAUSTED AND Judge Found BloodStains
SPEAKING FROM AUTOMOBILETO OKlAHOMA' TRAFFIC IS SUSPENDED TESTIFY TO EFFECT THAT, ;
CONSEQUENCES OF FAILURE TO Steamer Wilhelm Der Grosse
Will-Presented
on CONDITIONS AT CAMP WERE :
APPLAUDING ASSEMBLAGESALONG I GREAT DAMAGE DONE AND SEVERAL I
TESTIFY WERE .
CLEARLY POINT.ED
and Mail Steamer Ori- Him. GOOD AND THAT NONE OF THE t trl
THE ROUTE.By By LIVES ARE LOST.

OUT. MEN WENT ARMED, EXCEPT ; :
noco Badly Injured.By CONSTITUTION B N NThe

Associated Press. WITNESSES DESCRIBE AWFUL Louisville, Ky., Nov. 21.-A special WHEN IN WOODS. 5wi

r 1 n" ". P R., Nov. 21.President By Associated Press. from Fulton, Ky., says the worst floods :t't
Washington, Nov. 21-The invest! Associated Press. SCENE AT CHRISTMAS HOME ever known here are doing/ Immense
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It arrived this
j'I.. morning from gation into the conduct of the negro Cherbourg, France, Nov. 21.-A dis- Convention Will Get damage. For the first time not a trainis The arguments in the case of W. t
t ; and was visited on board the troops cf the hn-nty.fifth regiment, patch received here,reports the North ON MORNING OF CRIME- to in operation on the Illinois Central S. Harlan et al, charged with conspiracy e

it-.tna by General Winthrop. The I who German Lloyd steamer Kaiser der CHRISTMAS'S BLOODSTAINEDSHIRT Railroad through Fulton. Six lives to commit peonage, will probably' -.
;, K'nt then came ashore and was were ordered discharged by the I Grosse which sailed to-day for New Work to Shape New have been lost in railroad accidents as be made to-day and there is a great +.i' ,
f president was made public at the war York, in collision with the Royal :Mail FOUND. a result of the flood. deal of, speculation as to just what |
f d 1 by the mayor, prominent ofh! department to-day in a volume entitled I steamer Orinoco. Both are badly State's Organic Law.By Six New Orleans-Chicago trains lineof defense the attorneys for de- Y t'

c :md a large crowd which cheer. "Affray at Brownsville." Major Block.. damaged. It Is reported that four have been here for twenty.four hours fendants will pursue. i

The greetings over, the presi: son, of the Inspector general's depart. members of the crew of the Orinocoare Marianna, Nov. 21.The principal and the officials say there is no It is generally believed, from the r
"is driven to the city hall Her missing, and are supposed to be witness examined at last night's ses- Associated Press. chance of resuming the service for trend of the evidence introduced.that t #

,.-'pt busy acknowledging cheers I ed ment and says both the he affair and General was preconcert Garrington drowned. sion was Joe White with whom Guthrie, Okla., Nov. 21.-The con- three days.Telephone. it will be claimed that if any offense ,
William Christmas and his wife vention which will draw up the constitution reports from Bell countysay has been committed at all, it does not }'.t
tL': 't'ting! the route. Ponce was in gala inspector general of the army, boarded, at Campbellton, at the time for the new state of Okla- that three loggers lost their lives constitute peonage and that if the defendants ,' a''
exonerate the officers from
iJ( blame. of and pnor to the homicide.It homa was formally organized to-day trying to prevent a break in a log are liable to prosecution for
\r the city hall an address of wel- General Garlington says it was evident IS S KILLED IN was developed: by this witness when Chief, Justice Burford swore in boom in the Cumberland River. Th- anything the state courts and not the 't
roi." was read to the president. Ad- from the first that the three com- that Christmas was out late Monday the officers who were elected yester loss caused by the breaking of the federal court, are,the places where
w f -SIPS; the largest crowd ever asI1II.'d panies entered into a compact to giveno such action should be instituted. '
the boom will aggregate fifty thousand
night, and also Tuesday night, day. William H. Murry, the presiding i
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information about the affair.
\ \ in Ponce. President Roose- The defense will also probably at.
night the homicide occurred and that I officer, will name the committees dollars. i
\ ',' ,aid in reply: "I shall use every Secretary Taft said no steps on Tuesday night his horse was tomorrow. The convention will 'not tempt to show, in the argument, that it-
1 Surf to secure: citizenship for Porto be taken to make any further inv nized by many people. recog.1 get down to the business of making any acts committed in the state of t,
m. 0 and i am confident this will come' tigation of the officers. In the BOXINGMATCH membered that the defendant wore a laws until next week. Alabama are not within the jurisdiction is t' ,
in the! end My efforts will be unceas-: mary cf the reports made by the white shirt with '''red stripes the day of the Florida court, and that the
KWASIND MADE
m. to help you along the path of true I cers, and his own efforts to discoverthe before the crime was committed. acts alleged to nave been committed I
-ut tovt: >rnment. I salute you from guilty soldiers, General Garllngtou On cross examination he admitted in the state of Florida were, in
HIT heart at fellow citizens.." Thor declares Jhat: every means of getting that he,had testified at a former trial NEWS ITEMS fact, not committed but that the man '
f. n.nc to citizenship brought out evidence concerning the shootingwere Other Pugilist Now Held that he might have been mistaken as Laninger returned to Lockhart of his ;,
tntkuiilnbtlc\ lause. exhausted. All of the men were own free will and accord.
p to the shirt worn by !she defendantCourt
FROM FREEPORT THE RECORD
The preside later left for a run to talked with individually, he says and For Murder of Bout'sVictim. adjourned shortly after nine
San Juan over the famous military the dire consequences of their failureto o'clock. DEFENSE RESTED
Eleven give up the guilty aololers were
road. automobiles conveyed Session.- :
Morning CASE YESTERDAYBy
:the pam Short stops were made at pointed out.
Special
t Tile Journal.Freeport
On the convening of court this ,
oral places, where the
president MAJOR CLARK DOES NOT morning Joe White resumed the stand Nov. 21.-Mr. H. A. Davis TRIP BEN H.THOMAS. i., t
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ae briefly from his automobile.
PROCEED WITH DISCHARGES By Associated Press. suit of clothes returned from Mississippi last week.The <
;'asslng through the tobacco district and identified the shirt Just before the close of the after. .
"' Grand Rapids, Mich., Nov. 21.- and the hat worn by the defendant on Infant baby of Mr. John McLeoddied noon session of the United States .f : I
president
was greatly impressed Oklahoma City Nov 21.When Major Harry Lewis, charged with murderas '
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the Tuesday'stated.. last.Monday night and was
court yesterday, in the trial of W. S. I
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Clark at Fort Reno was notified a result of the death of Mike Ward, Justice of the Peace W. S. McKinley buried at PL Washington" on Tuesday.Mrs. ... ,- Harlan et al for conspiracy
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f' Editions commit't '
f I-UPS: Mrs of Roosevelt the plantations.was showered At of the dispatch statin,* that he had following their boxing match Thurs- who held the Inquest was exam John Rodgers, who has been i Sailed From Campeachee peonage, defense rested its case and : f. k'f'
"> :n flowers I I been ordered to proceed with.. the dis- day night, was arraigned In the su- ined to ascertain tow the bodies of quite ill at her home on Madison '.one witness, Chas. Haas, was called 't t.r
':-nor Todd, receiving and the city many officials presents of charge of the negro troops he said he perior court to-day and pleaded not the murdered family were found. He Avenue, Is reported improved. Fishing Grounds- Pen- by the government and heard In rebuttaL -. f I ,"Il i _
1 had received word to with guilty. He was held in ten thousand "
no proceed testified that blood stains were on the Invitations have been received here I, The entire day with the exception "
-HI; .iuan. welcomed the
th' original entrance to president the city at the discharges of troops and none had dollars bond.Several floor, and on the dresser; that to the wedding of Miss Alice Arnold sacola in 47 Hours. of the time taken in the hear : f 1I' 1- :'

..Jure a huge arch had been erected. been discharged to-day. the furniture and beds in the other McLellan and Mr. John Angus George. -- I'ing of the evidence of Haas was taken' : '1' "J ,

HP I! !ponded briefly and was escort- rooms were disarranged.'J Both these young people are well Although a record was made recently up hearing testimony witnesses for -, t
es i "> the governor's palace. The This witness testified that'in search- known here and have a host of friends by the smack Osceola in sailing I defense, fourteen of whom were dis- --I' 'f t
1':1'as elaborately decoratedAIRBANKS ICEDEUlPLESyiTI PITTS8URGI ing the store of Christmas & Son at who all unite in wishing them a long from the Campeachee fishing groundsthe ,i posed of, making a total of thlrty-ono i
Campbellton .he found the white shirt and happy life. I record has been lowered by the i[witnesses heard for defense. The l' :_t
with the red stripes In tne attic of Mr. J. J. :McCaskill returned Sunday schooner Kwasind, Captain Joe Fish, ':summing np of the testimony will \\ t '
the store, between the ceiling of the from a business trip to Pensacolaand which arrived Tuesday night with a probably begin this morning. f f.t'r ,
lower and flooring of the upper room. other points. catch of 20,000 snappers for Saunders The entire defense has consisted' t tf.t
f IS FLYER WRECKED This was about a month after the occurrence :MrsThompson who has for the last & Co. of an effort to prove that conditions t t
,and while William Christ I month or so, held the position of Not only did the Kwasind makefast at the camp were better than usually i'l'J
mas was in jail awaiting.. a preliminary stenographer for the J. J. :McCaskill, time on the return trip, but also .obtained at lumber camps and that l' ,
I hearing. Co., resigned; her positon and left!,In going over, making the latter in ;there were absolutely no restrictions ; I' J1' I II Ii
I W. 33. B. Smith was also present Monday for Pensacola, where she will:56 hours without either a Jib or main- I upon the men,and. with the exception i ,
rmw IN FLORIDA Persons Reported when the shirt was found and ne, as hold a position. :Mrs. Thompson made j gaiL On the return trip she lost j of the testimony given by the defendants i t J i
Throw Themselves On Mer- well as the justice of the peace and a great many friends white here who some time on account of the halyards in their own behalf there was no :f 0\\' .: It
Killed and Are H. H. Lewis all testified to seeing were very sorry to see her go. breaking, but reached port in 47 ,effort to show that the specific acts : 1 fi
cy of Court and Get Off Many blood stains on the waistbands and A crowd of young people, chaperoned hours, which Is speed equal to that I set forth In the indictment were not' f J\\ f
front of the shirt. by Mr. and Mrs. R. E. L. McCaskill, of a steamer. The vessel had good I(committed. .4.4A i : : ;
The Vice-President Passes With$75 Fine Each.By Injured.By C. R. Jones testified that the defendant went to a cane-grinding at Mr. R. L. strong winds both going and coming, I notable feature of the testimony .. -' < }
had boarded with him up to Burnham's farm one night last week. but her record from the fishing;; j of witnesses for the defense was the 1, f' ;
Through En August, 1903. That he left his trunk Mr. R. W. Storrs, the enterprising/ grounds to Pensacola in 47 hours will 'fact that, with but one or two exceptions ? ;,
Jacksonville and various articles of wearing I the witnesses swore that it was .; 't t1
Associated Press. apparel editor of the Breeze, made a business be one hard to beat. )
Associated Press. in a room occupied by him last week. not the custom of the bosses at the, j :' '
Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 21.-The "Flyer"on trip to our city i .
Route to Tampa.Jarhonvule Philadelphia Nov. .-Five of the the Buffalo, Rochester and Pitts- there; that a pair of cuffs evidently belonging camp to carry revolvers, the exceptions ,r t ,
fourteen ice dealers who were placedon burg railroad was wrecked near Gol- to his red-striped,shirt, were I SOCIAL NOTES of which Mr. Lamata, superin' :, '
trial in the criminal court yesterday I ENGINEER TOOK ALL tendent of the .'
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den t-night. It Is reported that sev- found in his room about the time and turpentine department t t 1 .J
By Associated Press on the charge of conspiracy tot eral persons were killed. The train Just prior to the finding of the shirt BLAME ON HIMSELFBy of the Jackson Lumber Co, was one '.
Fla., Nov. 21,-Vice- raise the price of Ice threw themselves due here at midnight Is bringing ten in the store. Witness had loaned I OF DeFJNIAKI( testified that it was the usual ( .: }
Resident' and Mrs Fairoanks arrived on the mercy of the court today injured. Christmas & Son $200. Before that tom of the bosses to carry 'us't't !
here; rhis afternoon. After being the I and were fined seventy-five dollars was paid defendant had borrowed Associated Press. while in the woods. Counsel for '
':'nnci! quests of Senator J. P. Talia- eacu and costs. Counsel for the more; defendant gave witness a $200'1 Valparaiso, Ind Nov. 21. -Frank Special to The Journal. tense did not attempt to reconcile .! i '- .
ferro announced to' the courts engineer of the Baltimoreand DeFuniak, Nov. 21.Miss Catharine these statements --1
they left to-night for Tampa defendants on the Graceville bank in Detnaur except by adducing :;;
tere they will attend the state fair. that the Philadelphia Ice Exchange this last sum, but suosequently, when I Ohio passenger train which was McDonald visited relatives at Argyle testimony to the effect that self-protection -. 11
through which it was alleged the INDECENT witness was going to Graceville, asked wrecked at Woodville, Ind., recently last week. demanded that a gun be car- i ivied i.
price of ice had been fixed had dissolved him not to present it as he had withdrawn causing sixty-three deaths, broke Mr. Beverly Aymard and his new as the men at the camp were of t, ".' '
D. V. DALY ISSERIOUSLY I 'she district attorney asked his account from the bank. down before the Indiana Railroad bride went to Milton Sunday to visit a disorderly class who were apt to .j .
the court to direct a verdict of not Testifies. Commission to-iay, taking all blame their relatives and friends. Mr. Jule cause trouble at any time :f.t,... j.
of defendants Mrs. White He said he got no answer Wilson of Marianna was In town Mon- :
guilty in the cases seven for the wreck. The defendant Hilton when on the l
'iwo defendants decided to PROPOSAlSGreat Mrs. Joe White next testified In from the freight train to his sig- day night. stand had, but an indistinct recollection "".j.' :
ILL stand trial. substance as her husband had. That I nal, but took for granted It would be Mrs. P. D. Beville and her little of the events that occurred at 'J', ....r I t'
W. D. Christmas was out later than all right and went ahead. con left Friday night for Mississippi Crestview when Laninger the man: ,i a :
I 10 or 10:30 o'clock Monday and Tuesday where they will spend two months against whom the overt act of the f 1 '
nights; that she did not hear with the formers \rents' Is "i# '
TELEGRAM REACHED HERE YES- BIG CARGO OF conspiracy alleged to have been .ri>
Italian Tenor Denies him come .in. He asked for an early of Christmas & Son was guarded bY Despite the inclemency of the committed, was with him. and during .
TERDAY CALLING HIS breakfast the first thing Wednesdayand him every night from 'i uesday-until weather and tardiness of the trains the course of his examination made '- ,
SAWN TIMBER left the house and did not return. Sunday night, when his wife was ill: Miss Christian McDonald visited her several conflicting statements. The ,
BROTHER TOSAVANNAH. He Made Them to Witness did not remember the I I he did not know of his own knowledge sister at Auburn Saturday and her burden of his testimony was to the ;
clothes worn by the defendant the proceeding : whether it was guarded at that sister at Bagdad Sunday. effect that he met Laninger on a cross "
Woman in Park.By day but rememberede that he time but Pybus bad testified that he', The pupils of the High School are road a few miles from Crestview; 'f{ [
BRITISH STEAMER CONWAY had a gray suit of cloths he had been was on guard duty until one o'clock wrangling with examinations this that Laninger at first tried to runaway i i i'>; 1
wearing. At the conclusion of her at night. Tarver observed the front week. but fell afterwards coming J'
D V, flat of this city, but who CLEARS WITH NEARLY THREE Associated Press. :testimony court adjourned for dinner. porch on Sunday afternoon and there ( Sirs. C. I. McLean is spending' this toward Hilton in a manner that '-.I
has been In Savannah for several New York Nov. Enrico"Caruso.., Afternoon Session. were no footprints!, but early Monday 1 week at Argyle with her slater, Mrs. frightened him (Hilton.) Hilton : :
irnmh-i N critically ill in that city, MILLION FEET. the great Italian tenor, faced an audi- When court convened; this af- morning he observed several tracks, A. McDonald. said the man made motions towards f ;j ,
and yesterday a telegram reached the I ence of six hundred in the Yorkville ternoon Mr. W. D. Pybus, con- made evidently after dew had fallen j Much to the regret of the teachersand his mouth and pointed in the direction i, t '
J''". <'allmu his brother. :Mike Daly, to police court to-day and denied posi-- santable and deputy sheriff, On cross examination he admitted pupils :Misses Reba Holmes and of Lockhart and although the man : 1'J
ht'dside The latter left last One of tne largest cargoes of lum- tively that he had made indecent advances was called to the witness stand I that in a former examination he had ,I Emily Reid gave np the work of the was not wanted Insisted upon follow t
t'ai'for'! 1 Sa\annah ber and timber to be carried from to a woman in the monkey ani testified as to the scene presentedon said the store was open and Christmas High School and returned to their respective lag him to Crestview from where be .f 'r, ;
M 10a11, who was in the employ Pensacola to a foreign port this year, house, In Central Park, Friday. He the morning of the crime at the and Pybus were Inside when he came I homes Monday night. was subsequently takes by Hoggins ,t.l .- -
cr "; t'on soli dated Naval Stores Com- was cleared yesterday from the cus- his Christmas residence He had a I down Monday morning. He had said Mesdames D. L. and C. B. Campbell back to Lockhart The testimony of ;1 :
arrest ;
rau ,*s inspector for a number of tom house, when the British steamer declared of was due to piqueon conversation with the defendant at I on the direct examination that he went to Milligan Tuesday to visit Huggins was also somewhat, mixed t;,?
the part a woman who described
tear. ;eft Pensacola in July on ac- Conway, Captain Prentice, took out herself as "Hannah Grahambecause his store; that he asked leave to was there before the store was their son and brother.To with reference Laninger. ly.:1.1 I: ,
1'un' 'If his health, being a sufferer clearance papers for Genoa. failed to to search his store, teumg him that numerous -I opened. the delight of her many friends W S. Harlan, manager of the Jackson 'j r .' is "
he she
respond Advances
!on t'ngnt's disease, and although The cargo of the Conway consistsof individual had asked him If Blood on Will. Miss Sarah E. McLeod who the past Lumber Co, testified that he J,., :" 'i I
made to him. Mrs. I
;' '"npnned shortly after his depar- 2,522'i02 superficial feet of sawn had Graham was he had made a search of the store; J. C. McKinnon. county Judge, testified two months has been visiting; her sis- knew nothing of the occurence 01"i,',S 'r -
t rft5s, health recently has been on timber and 282,036 superficial ,feet not in court, the police being unable that defendant declined to allow him that the will of Judge Christmas ter Kate, a stenographer in Montgom- in fact, of any occurrence of similar "
.. find her. Park r .
ff -:erijnef and but little hopes are of lumber making a total of nearly to Policeman Cane to make the desired search saying' was brought to him for probate about cry will return home the latter part nature -e..,' r I
e0ferained! for his recovery. three million superficial feet of lumber told the story of the alleged events It was late, getting cold ue was sick ten days after the homicide was com- of this week. One of the most important witnesses '- :: 1
and timber. which led to the arrest of Caruso, being and had his wife waiting In a buggy mitted; that It was brought by WIlliam Friday night the Christian Endeavor for defense yesterday was Emil s f: + "
RAILROAD ADOPTS The shipment was made by the Pen- corroborated by others. The case' for him but he or his brother, Joe, ) and Joe Christmas, accompaniedby I Society of the Presbyterian Lesser president of the German Immigration -h: 4
sacola Lumber Company and its val- was adjourned until tomorrow.r would come In on Saturday' with the W. B Farley. He examined same :church will entertain their friends at Society of Alabama, who :.. I
THE 10-HOUR DAY uation is about ,$50,000. discovered what he thought; was blood I the residence of Mr. M M. Morrison. told of his visit to the camps of the f
PLEADED GUILTY; key.On cross-examination witness ad- stains, and sent the will to New Orleans company on a tour of investigation. !

By Associated Press.: SHOT AND KILLED I mitted that defendant came in on to his brother Dr. McKinnonfor GEORGIA TIES He stated ttat he saw nothing out of
h N'--nton.. Pa. Nov. 21.-President HANGED AT ONCE Monday and permitted a search to be examination.Dr. the way that the afcoanwxkUons and t, !
.H Truesdale. of the Delaware WIFE INSTANTLYBy nothing was found. A McKinnon was next called but WITH TENNESSEE food were good and that although hi .
Lad.awanna and Western Railroad Associated Press. Center, Texas., Nov. 21.Dick Gar-. made and that not to tes- :.L
bas statement was given to the on objection was permitted talked with 33: men'ib;,: 'ihero 1 bt
I decided to grant the ten hour day Gaffney, S., C, Nov., 21.-James rett, the negro who killed Dr. Paulsat written that effect tify, it developing that he had beenin Athens Gi, Nov. 21-The football did not find one r';,1 'H) d'com t
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lIa; trainmen in the road's employ.1'Ik Epps, living near here, shot and in- Groveto, was hanged this afternoon defendant to Guarded. the court room a part of the time game here to-day between the University tented. In return cf 'Ug tcst1mas 1. .t{ !
concession already granted to en- stantly killed his wife to-day. Epps Garrett Stor was<<. then called andtesii5ed and had been put under the rule with of Georgia and the Universityof
.irravf Ed switchmen is to be made was arrested and he claims the shoot I' Tom 'Tarver follows: That the store the other witnesses. 'icnnessee resulted In a tie. (Continued! on FTb:c:.;
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pound tender beef Into squares and Tbe white lingerie blouse which hat worn.
tie
a soup pot with four quarts of cold brown with the half of a sliced onion in been BO much worn for several seasons If a black cloth street suit Is worn and inch yoke-wide was fine of German the crepe Vol. outlined Insertion,with thesections With the. coming of cold weather the warm rich colon-reds, yellow foMn

water, and let it come slowly to the boilIng butter or drippings; add a cupful of boilIng past will be superceded this winter to a it may be said: In passing that black will of crepe between the lace beiajjembroidered : summery furnishings/ of the past season browns and warm tints of green Sizp!

point; then draw it to the tide of : water and braise until the meat Is great degree by waists made of silk, be very fsehwcable for and draperies that bang la soft plaits or
the street by hand ID
the and It a small flower .begin to look a little cheerless, and, by
let simmer
range for fire tender
'Ix\ hours. or ; then add the flour, mixed wltbwater flannel and various materials: of the not for general wear", more latitude Is allow design in pale blue xijk. The cuffs of the the time October arrives, windows and folds are generally preferred for the. average
If It
is allowed to boll
the to poor; let cook 10 or 15 minutes; washable variety.. Indeed, colored blouses able In the coloring of these separate short sleeves were similarly trimmed the doorways look rather bare unless they house to those of the nor* "'L.
Loup will be clouded by lime extracted then add one quart of hot beef broth, promise to be more in '
than for signing
Illustration
from the bones. An hour before rogue blouses and one can safely select several body of tbe blouse and sleeves being are refurnished with hangings or draperies orate draped style the
It removIng one-quarter of a cupful of cooked barley, several seasons, and several of the best In various colors without the danger of I formed by twC-lnrh-wlde strips of the of suitable character. The lightweight several good models for banging ft
add an onion a branch of the
celery, same amount of
cooked carrot witha houses are showing models of fine
; lightweight : an inartistic effect. gathered windows. As to doorway draperies the
a flat tablespoonful of salt and six crepe on each edge to strips of fabrics of the warm weather sea-
pepper tablespoonful of catsup Worcestershire broadcloth, crepe, silks, cblffon It Is noticed the lace Insertion straight lengths wide enough to tern
corns. Strain It through a cloth and on a good many of the forming: puffs.! The con should be replaced by tapestries In

when cold: remove the grease. A knuckle beat models tern that the color of tbe graceful folds even when pulled to.-etir

of suit which tbe blouse accompanies Is repeated across the door and bunt by rings on a
real
may be used with this soup It a
Jellied stork Is wanted to serve cold. In the trimming of the blouse. For brass or wooden pole, give the most desirable
instance two blouses turned out effect and may be as handsomeas
; Cream of recently
Oysters -Steam 25 oysters,
f and as soon DS'they open remove them by one of the Sew York houses all had used.desired, according: to the material

l. from the shells and strain off the liquor. touches of black;; cleverly Introduced, having Silk and wool tapestries, brocade ""rvelvet

?hop the oysters, pound them In a mortar been designed for wear with a coat are usually selected for draperlnfor

and rub as much of them as possible and skirt of black broadcloth. The first the downstairs rooms such as f

through a puree sieve. Tat three cupfuls ,- \ blousetlch was rather elaborate In drawing-room, dining-room or Im:.,

of milk into a double boiler cook two style, was of cream lace over chiffon and room while for the family rooms, titty-;-

tablespoonfuls of butter and two tablespoonfuls silk, the yoke. which was of heavy lace lug apartments and so on, there are *
In contra to tbe of great many Inexpensive fabrics to be boa;
-. > of flour together but do not sheer lace the blouse, .
in delightful colorings, such asott
being outlined by of :
a tracery pale yellow -
let them brown then
; add to the cooked
and white ilk sntache braid piped or jute prints plain and figured dent! afigured
!; butter and flour a little of the milk
from taffeta
with tiny foltls of black fine lines of chintz or cretonnes: linen
r the boiler to make a smooth paste; put black also bring Introduced around tbe d and other art cottons. These are aft.

: the paste Into the milk In a double boiler rC collar top and about the elbow trimmingof both for the doors and windows. the tater

r and stir the mixture until It Is a little the short sleeve requiring two sets of curtains<*

thickened- When ready to genre add two 1 1r The second blouse, which was for more t f set madras ot. some sheer white or creio-' ::
ale
colored material being used agalc
cupfuls of oyster liquor and the pulp general wear was of supple lightweight
:: which has a pi loot-colored broadcloth ThIs fins made window pane with the heavier draper
.
passed
through the sieve.
Let In and side '
op In plaited ehirtwaiit style with rather f the form of a valance
It lit hot. but do not let it boil, or It will
deep cotta! that buttoned. The buttons on taint being hong over these Inner onesA
curdle. Season with salt pepper and n valance' Is often used crow 'atop
;:: the sleeves and on the front middle plait
eery whore,they were set In groups, were' covered of a window, without any side dn?

with black satin, and there was a cries at all. but the styles shown imrt:;

t.. whole) well with an egg whip .ThU ref' t- folded girdle and little cravat of the the four window Illustrated are tt<*t

ceipt makes a quart and a half of soup same. most generally usedTbe first sketrh,n

Cream of Spinach.-Boll spinach until The short sleeve Is ctill much In favor the left of the drawing shows one 4 ':*
most simple methods and is rspeds'lfgood
f' tender then drain It. Chop It and rub 1 for waists of the more severe tailored t i i for a bedroom sitting-room or K*

It through a puree sieve. To two cupfuls style, and come of the cloth blouses are y 1 apartment. In one room seen the <2-
: of vegetable pulp add designed to be worn with a detachable cI'D! '*.
a quart of soup or taint were made of plain color
a quart of mill or half stock and half vhite yoke and underaleevre. White turnover : with a flowered band stitched A> rye

I milk. Rub together a tablespoonful of s 2 4st mid are collars so generally and cnffn are becoming also very that smart they, : edge of the valance and down the IC:f
tSrw
butter and two tablespoonfuls of flour. will be much curtain the bedroom In which
seen.
'
. iii< Put this Into the soup on the fire and Accordion-plaited Houses of soft silk or hangings were seen being plpted t:i,
plain light-blue p.Pf'r.1111
:: stir all together until the coup Is a little crepe to>> match tie costume with which cartridge e ,e
sad
third of the side wall
j;.: thickened. Season It with pepper and they are to b> worn are most attractive f'I upper of '"., r"
ceiling flowered
rose
r 1.1t. and add a half or a whole cupful of end are very easy!' made, as they requirevery f talus and door hangings psper beln ,' pc"J
little A
cream. Beat it well with trimming semitransparentyoke N to"*
an egg whip, blue with pink flowered band
; and collar are usually Introduced,
and serve at once. It the soup Is too and ruffle or lace generally trim tbe. lower J off with lines of blue which ou:::Ined M

thick dilute It with a little stock or milk. part of the short sleeves strip. .
'
It should have the consistency of cream i 1'IiMn: and striped or checked silks are The second figure show 4npt., :a*

Cream of Celery.-This is prepared in all need by the blousemakers, but in --d'' taint of heavy ecru net, flnuberf'-wd "loa *
F' edge with
lace and
braid
the same manner as the cream of spinach many women the plain surfaced materialsare ". n.'
with s54
ecru cotton cords: a: .
using celery pulp Instead Of spinach. The more becoming than those of the valance finished bv ,Ot' of -

--. roots of the celery as well as the stalls, more gaily patterued sort. For generalservice ( L .af v net edged was with braid fbh'" ruffle be:-fact
the wash flannels are to be
recommended. -
should be boiled to make tbe pulp. Any on In festoon pff.f mist mote's'
They look host made up Inwere .
vegetable pulp can be used for creamed tailored of heavy lace which fonsriJ three <-
style much like tbe I'nen!
soups after the rule given for cream of scallops. Thin paneln ales of lacenet a
spinach. shirtwaists so popular during the sum-- '*
should be used next: '(0 the wt:
Oxtail user, and are worn with a linen collar or .
lSonpThll soup requires twooxtalls outsld.tains
panes In such winda :see
a
embroidered bow
and
turnover a or (oor. r
one-fourth of a cupful of frog
drip. hung
- just described being
= Inhaad tie of black or colored silk A
pings, one-fourth of
four a cupful of flour sauce salt! and pepper. cloths and each fabric In various colorings flit patchpock..t Is often set on at tbe der a gilt or wooden ,-' rnlce
of
two stalks quarts of stock celery, parsley red bay leaf, Virginia Stew.-Into a saucepan of soup as well as In white. It must be admitted left side of these waMs, of which the blouse fastened la the middle! of tbe back i I oat silk or crepe: the hand work The third sketch shows a draped nonce .,

wall onion, one of pepper one kettle put four onions chopped flue, one however, that for wear with any sleeve are made very much like those of under strip of too lace. This model! :t' done in raised French being and was sketched from a w' **
cup carrot, one cup and one,half of tomatoes skin embroidery The hung in ball fringe being
pints also silk
re mail's shirt with straight cuffs green
a
worn'
effective la back!
very
of turnip salt and Worcestershire sort of odd skirt the white washable crepe and upper part ,of the blouse dr.cn
sauce. moved cut into small pieces two slicesof link was tucked to on tbe lower edge of the valance
buttons. bee
Separate the tails at the joints Into blouse Is most desirable, end colored \ over either a black or white lining. yoke depth'and
-
was 111' s
fat 1 1t'lth scalloped looped
baron which is to be removedwhen Two model are shown among: the Illustrations The around the and on the edge of the
pieces; saute In the drippings to a brown It has seasoned tbe stew and a I waists, to look really: smart should be which are except'onally: second drawing was taken from e neck the embroidered collar being slipped curtains.

color add the flour and when blended large chicken disjointed. Pour over! one carefully selected to be In harmony with In the original Tbe first sketch was pretty taken white lingerie blouse of sheer' French InsIde.! A simple flower pattern was used Figure 4 shows a design which it i ,-"*'

r- the stock; let boll once, then simmer I gallon of hot water and let simmer until the suit or skirt with, which they are from a blouse of pale blue crepe. The lit. I I mull embroidered In shadow work, altbougn for the embroidery garlands which dally suitable In a itvicg-tnom. "*
until the meat Is tender adding the pars. the fowl, Is tender. Take out the fowl, the same design could: be carried the ornamented or dlaicgroom, the illustration ;f
Icy bay leaf and piece of red scalloped caps of the sleeves "
pepper remove the bones skin and gristle! ; chop taken from a set in dark crimson
wrapped In the celery talks. Saute: the floe and return to the kettle with eight i as weU as the front and back of the with a design In several colors ap; .;,4

onion cut In slices, these separated Into ears of corn. To prepare the com cuteach i blouse. Pinch tueks run In to form orals i In the center of tile valance, wnks ...
rings, and tile carrots and turnips, each of kerceU down | trimmed the lower
row through the part a small flower stiffened and edged with fringe ,
cut Iota ,balls or fancy shapes, in hot center and press out ail the pulp. Cook form being embroidered In the center of In all of the sketches shown the sort
attars
drippings; then add water and cook until 20 minutes longer. Add a cupful of butter I 5, awnratr 1 each ovaL DOROTHY work of the window Is almost I; **?
teador. Remove the fat and the % DALE.
I
bouquet f t 1 < t
and the v
same quantity of breadcrumb to dlspU
from the > 1 but when It Is desirable
soup; thicken if desired with *f.
*, with salt and pepper. This re- wood the draperies may be set --
roux, or cornstarch mixed with cold ''If
ceipt should make four quarts. Water although this Inside' drapery"
water; add the drained Oyster Sante.
vegetables and be -Select '
may added fresh '
to make up what Is lost oysters of course, shut out more lighThus
salt and Worcestershire to taste. medium !..
sauce by evaporation. Remove every bit of shell the woodwork Is unusually bat
KngUsa Beef !Soup.-Cut of : '
a
quarter SARA CRANFORD. adhering; lay them on a> pile of crumb. the Ion* fd"'; br '
. The common pensed with and the drapeanry ny '
cracker rolled '
Iii cot too floe '
as a T.lanftt or else -
al : p'- and well season with salt and pepper upper part of the curtain in the w w
tlf
WASTE OF HEATING POWEH. Is a favorite mixture for covering: the drawing, except that tbe drapery (ojTplaced
,
-, --.... oysters. >ow put that It shows the entirr
a heaping tablespoonful
A waste very alarming is that In which of what occurs day by day In every home ,Ii i I Ij of butter la *, hot frying pan and when work.A 1 .

the ordinary domestic hearth Is involved throughout the winter month, 'A' few melted carefully lay la the oysters. Just FLOWER THAT BLOOMS FOR 1"01'.

i Perhaps tbe reader does not realize that I people adopt the French fashion and'heat as soon as the. pan Is full at once begin HOURS ONLY
something like 80 cent. of the their houses by mesas of-closed to tur:
per heating stores or over the ones first v< toby
I j put In, adding If yon have a conservatory you ;L:,/
of pipe and la this
power the coal which b* piles upon his way the' waste Is considerably more batter whim needed They should no mean be without that woode
=s fire Is wasted. In other words, that when legHcned. At the same'time: the b* pale brawn in color, with the juice flower the night blooming cereus. \ -.

he pays ,$7 per ton for his fuel about, -cheerful blase" Is lost and we are jeft to just beginning .to;stale. Serve at 'actUl-Iae plant has the curious prcrt1ot '
lament the fact that tbe of Let once. IU its blooms .t once a" :
problem !gtt expanding
them
16 cook !
shillings quickly, bat
worth
of It files the'chlm. watch
up I ting ones full mODey'st'ort!& In heat will barn or they 10 o'clock oa a hot night Tile I ---t
nay la ,smoke gas. and wasted heat let These are more delicious wtdtt r a3 a3ca
without sacrifice of comfort bas yet to be and more aro as large II plate. pure rh
tfcia broadly speaking, b a true statement solved. deep fat easily and whew prepared than frying In most deliciously fragrant Bat the'brdawn +
I'v dose properly ne for only three or-' four hours and
egg is needed with the crumbx are dead and 1r1U..e.






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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING I NOVEMBER, 22 1906. PAGE THRU I 45" .


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.1.1in TENPEfillKiE J: I II I I MOIIIIERFQLLOWSSON- MATTER- QFHEALTH I



Broad I TO THE: GREAT: BEYOND:


H HAVE E BEENHIGH S


the Stricken With Apoplexy, flQ:4:

Mrs. Ella V. Coston ACTS T S DO NOT


Passes Away. :
Belt? '

CONSTITUTEPEONAGE .

f. During the Entire Month, 75 TAKEN ILL YESTERDAY MORNINGAT : : II'

UpOn Every 3 O'CLOCK, THE AGED AND .
Degrees Being the Max-
Bless we can fit .
you,
RESPECTED LADY DIES AT 6:45 i i1t4KIMG
[
you in a Stein-Bloch imum Bottle
Yesterday.High .. LAST NIGHT, .BARELY REGAIN. S
40 stout and
jnd wrapper of the senuico Dr.Bell's Pine- ING CONSCIOUSNESS AFTER
rw-Honpy h p-tntcd the atot* deslzo 11
You'll Look 20 Pounds temperatures have prevailedin a both fadc-B-arU -and eiurantcc T-M- (Continued from First Page.) :
rut that the nMHtcinc.ecataiaed: in the\toto THE ATTACK.
Lighter.The Pensacola during the entire monthof vm euro congas. colds and all \:.nil. Chas. Haas was put on the stand at .
November the maximum Uirpat nnt chest troubles more quloUy .
yesterday -
ter his
defense rested its case and
in4 cncctudCj than
reaching a point attained only say.other rccicdy. Stricken with ap7oplexy yesterday testimony was to the effect that, while /;

best dressed fat' twice before in the history of the 3r. Bail's morning at :3 i o'clock. Mrs.: Ella V. Cos-I he had told Mr. Lesser that he wa,* POWDER :

nii; n in this town wears weather bureau during' the month in ton expired last night at 6:45 o'clockat well treated he had done so becauij
question. The maximum yesterday the home of John L. Pinney on one of the uosses was present arjf I f

registered 76 degrees at 2 p. nu, PINETAR West Gregory street, thus following I he did not dare do otherwise. f] Absolutely Pure 1r.
which made it the warmest day of any her son, Chas. M. Coston, to the Great The detail of the testimony adduced

STEINBIOCHSMART November since 1883, when the same Beyond within three eeKs. The yesterday is as follows: A Cream of Tartar Powder .. i '
maximum was recorded. news of the sudden'illness and later Add peonage oneMorning free
twice maximum HONEY I from alum or phos-
has the
Only on record the death of the aged and highly respected Session.Dr. 1
S ClOTHES gone as high as 78 degrees durIng lady came as a shock to many, R. H. Trammeii, who was the phatic acid
November, and that was on the Is 110111 by all and last witness heard on Tuesday in lr'"
dr11ggist, 2.'Ic.. 50<<:. and especially to her large number of I
18th in 1906 and 23rd in 1900. s.ao per bottle. l1&1lu&ctured bl intimate friends. She waapparently 'half of defense, was recalled by Dis-
The of the weather of I'trict HAS NO SUBSTITUTE
cause warm Attorney Sheppard at the morn ;T
Come try on one to- THE E. E. SUTHERLAND MEDICINE CO. enjoying good health, althougn very
the week has been the Dr.
past
or more much ing session of the court yesterday.
l'ADVC JL.umCXY.. affected by the recent death of
day. continuation of southerly winds, but her son. Trammell said there had been con
yesterday the wind shifted, and with 1 siderable sickness at the camp during -

the shift came cooler weather.As +-- at:Mrs.the usual Coston hour retired and Tuesday made no night complaint :, the summer, principally typhoid nesses for defense who preceeded in both English and German by order 1 i p :
shown by the weather map, yes- fever and intestinal diseases. lIe stated *. 1
him. of the ;44.
terday morning at 7 a. m. the maxi- of feeling ilL About ;3; o'clock i that typhoid fever was caused bya immigration society. .L: .. '
I ,
The StormVe her daughter was awakened and discovered -! Cross Examination.On Cross Examination. .. .
1'0. mum at Pensacola the day previouswas germ, but that its origin was difficult 4 :
STANDARD CLOTHING being cross examined by District f
mother
t.. 71 degrees, -at New Orleans, 6! that her was seriously. to trace; it might be due to local Attorney Sheppard witness said Attorney Sheppard cross examined. t t. r
ill. A physician w..s hastily summoned witness at considerable length. \\it- .
degrees, and at Galveston 38 degrees. conditions. Witness had never discharged :
that he came to Florala on the same .
While the maximum yesterday was but her condition was beyond, Jordmons from the attack of ness said he came to Pensacola first ; ; ,

76 degrees the minimum was 71 degrees \ now have all of our medical aid. and although she utterreda Fever to which he suffered. When Dr. boat were with delayed Keller at Fort and Valley Davis. because They and had heard the proceedings at the .1'_t '

and on the same date last year few words she relapsed into'a state Trammell first examined Jordmonshe preliminary hearing. 'Witness knew "r :
TURTON storm-beaten docks work- of unconsciousness ,from which sh s some of the men were missingnineor there an official investigation under ;,-i'
& BELL the maximum was 67 degrees and. tne found the legs swollen.Witness ten of them. Keller Davis and was ; .
FHOIOGRiPHERS SINCE 1870.tdakSuppl.es. minmum 55 degrees. never emerged, and death came while remembered Mr. Sheehan way but went to Lockhart to investigate 4f 1
( Finishing for Amateurs. ing and are prepared to dock Smith were among those missing. "
she was surrounded. by losing rela- correspondent for the Montgomery especially as to Germans. : .
Witness did not see the men when
Croup.A any vessel from 100 to 3,000 I tives and friends. Advertiser, but stated that he had they came back but during their absence Before leaving Pensacola German +'" { I
DAILY'TOWEL SUPPLY.JUNYAN'S reliable medicine and one that Mrs. Coston had reached the age of said nothing to Sheehan in regard to I understood that Gallagher was Consul Rolfs had told witness that t' ,

ROLLERS... should always be kept in the home tons on short notice. We 61 years. She had long been a resIdent the men attempting to escape and i i looking for them. "there was nothing in the case as far ,! ..j.l I i

CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY, for immediate use is Chamberlain's of Pensacola and the navy yard, beat the company. Mr. Harlan was Witness had not seen any of the as Germans were concerned." 1 ;
$1.00 PER MONTH. Cough Remedy. It. will prevent the solicit estimates from cap- coming here in 1846 with the family;absent at the time Sheehan was there. bosses with but nad heard two Witness stated that upon his return 4 I
a .
Prone 848 Pensacola-e ringt., Florida.M. G. RUNYAN. attack if given as soon as' the child tains and owners of vessels and living at the navy yard. She was Witness denied that he told Sheehan reports at the gun time Gallagher is alleged to Pensacola he had not come :\;J. j; 1, :ito i
becomes hoarse, or even after the the daughter of Major William Mor- that Gallagher and Dr. Grace had to have shot at a negro; he the court; Tie knew no German was '! C '
croupy cough appears. For sale by requiring docking and re- rill, who was stationed at the Pensa- brought Mihaly back. did not see the shots fired. involved with the case. Witness bad "i i I' I ir: ,

all druggists. cola yard.: There she married in 1859, "Witness also remembered the visit Witness admitted that he had seen made a report of his investigation but i ,: '
MS CITY COFFEE CO., pairs. J as. IL Nichelsen and to this union of Emil Lesser, of Birmingham, head one Mahouly and some of the other had not given such report to the J

H. P. CHIPMAN, Manager. Jackson Square Coffee stands for was born one son. M*. Nichelsen met of an immigration society; Lesser had witnesses during Tuesday afternoonand press. altnough he had seen .it pub'l J -{ .
quality put up in 25c, 50c and Jl.00 lished. "S '.*\ N .
remained but half and 'l
death on the battlefield at Franklin a day overnight had talked the case overwith
Roasters Blenders and Shippers of air tight tins. It pleases others. Why OLLINGER & BRUCE Grace Winter. t : '
TeniL in 1864.at that time being the Lesser had a letter from some 'them to some extent, but was positive Witness knew Miss ,'
not try it? ton, who called him to sea ;J ;
adjutant general of Finlay's Foriaa of the German consuls at Pensacola that he had not stated that he upon j .
Fine CoffeesOUR DRY DOCK COMPANY Brigade. or from some one else and had come had seen Buckley whipped. what was being 'done at Lockhart; !.1 i ''

,
COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL In 1865 she married Lieut H. H. to see if any of the men were mis- Witness did not know Laninger or she bad in view the prosecution of .. .

GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. MOBILE, ALA. Coston, U. S. :M. C., and to them were treated. I Mihaly, but did not remember of their a labor agent named Schwartz, of 1. .', 1 i: .
I CROMANTON born four children,. Chas. M., who recently Witness knew Huggins and Sing- having been brought back. He said, New York and asked for any assistance -
died, Harry, 'who Is in tbe naval -field but did not see them the day however, that the men could have Mr. Lesser was able to give; to 1. -i
DR. ALICE W. HERMAN, the creek the past.week cutting light- service at Norfolk, Miss Ella, whois Lesser was at the camp. Witness did been brought back without his knowl- that end. He had given ,)1iss1nter- r ; t' .

CHIROPODIST.Room wood posts to repair the sidewalksin now in Pensacola, and Mrs. Flora not suggest that Beverly or Osmin edge. He knew of no trial of any man ton a note saying that if it was proven : .;. f j
301. Brent Building 3d Floor. Special to The Journal.' St. Andrews caused by the September Hall, residing in Virginia. Captain sky be sent to the turpentine campon for stealing neither did he know of that peonage existed at Lockhart he f' f' T t-
kit! bunions. Ingrowing nails ; ff
21.-The fishing
orn. rp- Cromanton, Nov. (Lesser) would retract his previous I :
storm. Coston, which rank he attained before the day that Lesser was at the at the
rM! scientifically without pain. Manit any whipping camp. ,,
season is,over for the present and a statement to his conclusions, based .J
as
rinK -pecialtv 24octlm Rev. E. iioshee is having ripe figs, retiring, died at the navy yard some camp. At that time Dr. Trammellhad Emil Lesser.
light catch Is reported, but the tour. the visit to the camps. On redirect _I If
something quite unusual for this sea not heard any complaints, neither upon I
years afterwards and the reIn tns are Emil Lesser editor of the Birmingham
1st season is now coming on and another !son of the He also his ripe had he seen Laninger brought back, examination witness stated iI.-fl.
year. buried in the National cemetery. Courier, of Birmingham, Ala., .
SOMETHING NEW! class of fishermen will be out that he had not confined his investi- ft! ; :
watermelons had heard of
he It.
on tap. Mrs. Coston also leaves one sister. although was then sworn and examined by At-
Willed\ Beaut Pins 25 nd 30c pair gation to one nationality, but had : f
] per any it
,
been "Miss
soon.Mr. Capt Robt Studebaker has Mrs. John L. Pinney, and two Witness met a Winterton torney Lottin. He said he was president '
w. A. Gahlenbeck, 2tt S. Palafox! St : F. W. Haskins has bought about up north bay the I past week, making brothers, Capt W. Thomas Morrill, U. when at the camps and to that of the German Immigration So- Inquired with reference to all men at i; It' \

five hundred bushels of palmetto berries repairs on the schooner Lucy H.. S. engineering department, of Mobile; time had heard no complaints from i ciety of Alabama. He had visited the camps. ;! L}
to be used in the medical world which was sunk at Pensacola duringthe the men. The boy Osminsky who Hugh McEachern. l
COTTRELL, and Edward Webb Morrill, of South the camps of the Jackson Lumber Co. I
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. for the ailments of life. storm. Florida. had laid off on account of his arms during the latter portion of July for I Hugh McEachern, an employee of 1

Pensacola. ia.R. A young lady put in her appearance The hour of the. funeral and the being badly sunburned, was not the purpose of making an investigation the Jackson Lumber Co., who had :I "I .
at the home Mr. and Mrs. Haskins Chapped Hands. place of interment"have not yet been whipped, to the knowledge of witness; I of conditions there as it had been I been working as cook for the company % .f
last :Monday morning to stay indefi Wash your hands with warm water, announced, as relatives have been he had used Osminsky as a nurse. reported that a number of Germanswere for three years, was next put il j :, '

K. WHITE, nitely. dry with a towel and apply Cham) wired informing them of her death.In Witness had seen a purported Interview being mistreated there. lIe said on the stand. lie testified that the ,; .;. 1 f
hlt lIIahr.Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate I :We are wondering why it is that berlain's Salve just before going to. with"- -Sheehan- that was nub-; the camp was one of the best he bad accommodations at the camp and the .-1 : T
fpl e,an.30 S. Pa.ale Street. Pensacola.: Fla. our congressman don't come this way bed, and a speedy cure is certain. Time of Peace. lished: in the Advertiser= : but had seen in this country; the sleeping accommodations food were good. lie ordered what he ; !

- and scrutinize our harbor and the This salve is also unequaled for skin II In the first months of the Russia- made no attempt to deny it. He said and food were excep 'wanted daily and received everything .J 't I
amount of shipping that goes out to diseases. For sale by all druggists. he had not told Sheehan that "Galla tionally good. Witness spoke with 'ordered; there was no limit as to the i ;
I had striking exampleof .
Japan war we a
Tersely Told enhance Pensacola's export trade and for and gher was equal to any occasion and nearly 100 men none of whom had i.amount. Witness was paid $75 per 'j
necessity preparation
for which no credit Is given St. Andrews Best in the cup, Jackson Square' the didn't need a gun as he could crawl any serious complaint to make. When .month and his board and bad six as- f
Dr C L. Smith left last night for Bay. Cotiee. The only premium given is the early advantage of those who so all over any of the men at the camp." witness reached Lockhart Dr. /Tram- ;sistants. !L.. '

Atlanta, called there by the serious illness Mr. J. H. Drummond, of St. Andrews a guarantee of its quality. to speak, "have" shingled their roofsin George._ mell was sent and accompanied him Cross Examination. ':, .

of his mother.A : has been over on our side of dry weather. The virtue of preparation An employee of the jackson LumberCo. to the camp, but had left witness at On cross examination witness said \ ( .' .

civil service examination for the Save the pink tickets inBallard's has made history The and individualas given to was the next witness called by the camp; the, doctor was not present I he had followed the business of'cook t ,
greatest men. ,
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us our
flour and ,defense. tie stated that the accommodations during the time the investigation was since he was 16 years of age. Wit '1. ; j
position of clerk and carrier at thelocal Obelisk well the nation should be '
prepared
as .
FROM FOUR STATES at the camp were better being made. Witness described the I ness was not at the camp during July < i ;
postoffice was held yesterday get premiums. for any emergency. Are you than he had expected. He left the dinner he had at the camp and stated I and August. Witness had never seen 1 !
b
the local civil service commission.There Testimony to the Efficiency of the prepared to successfully combat the I bloodhound at the but t ,
II camp during August on account of that it included four kinds of meat, camp kept j
were nine applicants, six white New Scientific. Dandruff Treat- first cold yon take? A cold can be sickness, and thought he required bet six vegetables, pickles, etc., cake and ,la poodle at the camp. Witness hai '' t ; ; .
and three colored, and the examination ment. ; cured much more quickly when treat ter medical attention than he had been numerous other articles-more, in I been at Lockhart, but had never seen ,

papers will be forwarded at onceto James C. Rowe, of Livingston. I[I6II I ISpe ; ed as soon as it has been contracted receiving at the camp; thE troublehe fact, than witness usually had upon bloodhounds or bulldogs; everybody F :
the department at Washington. Mont: "H rpicide cured my dandruffand 'i and before.it _has become settled In had was one of the diseases that his own table. I had a dog and everybody had a gun. j ,1 :

Mayor Chas. H. Bliss has named stopped my hair falling." I the system. Chamberlain's Cough the company did not treat. Witnesswas Arthur Buckley, Charlie Osminsky Witness qualified the statement that r.:
3ira Kate Thompson to be assistant Orange McCombs, St Anthony. Ida- Remedy is famous for its cures of in debt to the company wnen he and Chas. Haas were called into court
ho: "Herpicide cleaned scalp of al to The Journal. colds and it should be kept at hand I (Continued on Seventh Page.) j..4I
city: clerk filling the vacancy causedby my left, but no attempt was made to stop by Attorney Loftin of defense and
the resignation of :Miss Philip dandruff and made my hair soft as Muscogee, Noc. 21-In the pretty ready for instant use. For sale by him; in fact Gallagher wished him witness said he had spoken with I I ,!
Union
church at Muscogee on Nov. 2S,
Jaanette Mrs.. Thompson assumed silk and glossy. will held all druggists.. luck when he departed. Witness said Haas; he had seen the'other two; boys fi< 1
be. a union Thanksgivingservj !
charge of her duties at the city hal W. H. .Otis, barber Champaign, Ill,: there was one: watchman at the camp, at the camp; there were five in the 1 \
Tuesday. "I used Herpicide on one customerfor beginning'at 1 p. m. The Sun- The celebrated French drip coffee, but he was not armed and had never crowd when Lesser was talking to the Just Received f -
beam Band with Mrs. Eugene'Whatlyas Jackson Square. No premiums. Sold ..
dandruff and on another for falling interfered with the men in any way. boys at the camp.' Haas was spokesman '
Workmen in the f Saunders president, will have charge. The its merits. Ask for it at '
employ<) hair with excellent results. strictly on Witness said he returned to work at for the crowd and told witness
fe Co. yesterday commenced making F. W. Woody, (assistant postmaster) church will be decorated with ferns your grocers. I the camp a short time after he had the boys bad no complaint at that One barrel : :

Preparations to float the fishing Champaign, Ill.: "Herpicide completely and palms:to suit the occasion. i left and went to work; he had received time, but had been dissatisfied with of the famousHorehound : :
schooner Ruth A. Welles, which is stopped 'my falling hair." A beautiful program has been arranged Obelisk Flour makes a pay in cash for the services the work that had been given them.

ashore at Cedar street between Pala- J. J. Bentley, Sheridan, Wyo: 'Her and the occasion I promises to home. It pleases I rendered. Witness stated that no distinction Gallagher bad then, according to the
*(rt* and Baylen streets. The vessel picide excellent for cleaning the be one long to be remembered. The happy every was made between'Americans statement of Hans, put the boys to 4
1Ii!3) be placed on blocks and repaired scalp." service is for the benefit of the Orphan's member of the family. Look and foreigners. work as teamsters. They were then !

be'ore she is launched.los For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte, Home of the Methodist; Bap for pink tickets in packages.H. Cross Examination.On satisfied,.as tney had got away from !
D. Brown, of West Romanna druggist and apothecary. 121 South tist and Presbyterian churches. cross examination by District Foreman Angelo.Mr. !

Itreet general delivery clerk at the Palafox street, or send lOc in stampsfor The following program will be carried Airman, tin, copper and sheet Iron I Attorney Sheppard witness said he Lesser found two or three Germans .

Ponoftce' yesterday received a telegram sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit out:."". .. worker has moved to 10* East Government I was making from $4 to $6 a day as who were sick; but they were
announcing the death of his :Mich. Son" street, in the opera house building bricklayer in this city, and had come being well cared for; one of the men Cough h Drop

father at his home in Indiana, at an Invocation.-Rev.. E. E. Rice. ---- to court voluntarily, as a. witness said he thought the water at the
jt ,iid.u_-_._ e eckle and Her I
"dvanced age. The friends of the > Witness mentioned several places camp was responsible for their illness. 1

!"ffilly will sympathize with\ them in Chickens-Katie Parker I where he had worked in the city, upon Two of the men had told witness
u>e.r bereavement. I. Song-Jesus Loves Me.-Children. request of Mr. Sheppard. about whippings; a man named Fisher :
QUALITY AND NO
Recitation-There'll be Joy at the Fine Shirts for Lambert A pleasant and inexpensive 1.
named
'lop Levy, formerly city salesman PREMIUMS. I Witness arrived at Lockhart on the said another man ,
for thp! Lewis Bear Co., but who I Harvest time-Hattie Lou Trammell.! Monday following June 21,.and came had stolen $%.60; Lambert was cough remedy. -f.t;; ,
tnO\"d to Denver Nellie Mullens Irene Parker, Maud I to work at anything there was to do. whipped when be came back to the ,
10. has returned to about two years Jennings, Lillian Patterson. He was there about a month but had camp. Another man who was accused Big bag for
' aID ,locate here. the city, and will Song.-What Shall the Harvest Be. I only worked a little over ten days of having stolen J39 was also
to-wido! for his Mr. Levy went to 'JacksonSquare" -Sunbeams. when he was taken sick. Only three whipped. The whipping, said witness
Peatu improved. health which is I Recitation-Thanksgiving Dinner.- Little Money men were sick in the car at any one bad been done by the fellow cents f
I Sophie Lang. I time while witness was there. but employees of the men who did the

Thn st ls always the cheapest ; Hecitzticn-Jame3 Jennings. sixteen men slept in it. stealing.
Gkt Bine. Ribbon Lemon or Vanilla. Recitation-What Little Girls Can I I Witness saw the Bulgarian whomit The conclusion of witness was thatif BooioN's PHARMACY (:

bso ut.lY pure, go twice as far and Do.-Irene Thornpkins! Ethel McKIn is alleged was whipped, and had there had been any peonage at ,
tue Cine Ribbon Flavor is perfec. non and Louisa Welch. We have just receivedan I heard of it, but did not see the oc Lockhart all trace of it had lion Song.-Joy to the WorldChoir.SermonThanksgivng Ii currence. moved before witness reached the DELIVERY. i:
(JAVA BLEND) = Eph. 3.21 additional line of the Witness was asked by his bunk camp. Witness was allowed to go Is-

-Rev. W. Frank Moore. mate if he would come and testify and where he pleased at the camp. The PHONEIIOO. ;
Song Nearer My God to Thee. famous Emory & Savoy had only seen Gallagher twice since report of Mr. Lesser was published < t

[_ GONZALEZ I II I Roasted Coffee Doxology.Collection. lines at from $1 to $2. on the Wednesday trial began.morning He had that been he told was ::, ;Jji I'I' tJ

Benediction. the best made. wanted in court, and had come at
This is one of the finest They are I I
onzaltzov.. 21.-Miss Nettie blends In the world. You enjoy :I once.Witness WbaAWom&ieJsI41L
T;!*:"!'a HDJ Mr. Little of Pensacola New Orleans luxury for HEADACHES AND COLDS.NEURALGIA FROM They fit better and wear knew McGinnis and was at 1'i

I1 1;'' "! -(1 ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine. the world others. Come t the camp the day a pegro was shot
,
while this
than
drinking
'}fi"on: breakfast I wide Cold and Grip remedy' remotescause better at by Gallagher; Gallagher had useda Depress *
:* Sunday. coffee. Only packed in 1, 2, Call for full name. Look for signature I pistoL Witness stated that all of t
: ,'T. J. Coker visited relatives In5jS'r and 4 pound airtight cans. I E. W. Grove. :Sac-! in and see us about them. the foremen generally had a pistol

last week, returning Sundayd Are you fond of good coffee? Try sticking out of their pockets. Izu tl'eq1leDt b adaebes,""'ba eI s8 of "Jack of 'It's .
Panied by her little grand- :We guarantee every can. I !PJ.IUte. 1ua.b1uty to a1eep ;
!, Identified Arthur Buckleyas & morbid.
Jackson Square, the c!cL*'ted French Witness U DOCDeceuar1li aU-one :
c..tn. Miss Thelma Bojett the IOme dUe tezw
drip coffee. Leading grocers nave it a boy he had seen at camp
R. P Wilder of Cantonment,
-1.trQ! relatives here Tuesday Importers Coffee Co., I, 2 and 4 pound air tight tins. but had never seen him struck, except the Liver.
who
itses by some of the men slappedhim. .
Cecil Wilson Bernard An ;
A rsoll dnd Lawrence Wilson, of Pen- Limited. Obelisk Flour is the staff Samuel' K. Ross. Dca" fin to get today -t your draggteta i bottto of t '.' .
,
t<;r a .'re pleasant visitors ia Gon. New Orleans. of life Look for pink ticketsin Mr. Ross stated that he went to w -

xlndayx work for the Jackson Lumber Co. on HERBNE .
....: \ Chestnut of Pensaeola. packages. White NbcOUTFITTE June :26.! and was still employed by

'. ititor here, last Thursday. the company at the log camp. He :

In I arne Conner. who Is attend- The Lewis Bear Co. The, grand THANKSGIVING Thanksgiving DANCE.dance..at C. said the accommodations at the camp Iee1I1Q& dclge&t1veorpusto JIOrmalfD. .1oaa. I ':
t J nt1 in Pensacola visited bet K. .of A. hall Thursday night, November were good. His testimony was, In a ZieW VomiA ata LakinC &lie 4ra; You'U'f-....
:-Saturday and Sunday. Pensacola..Fla.DISTRIBUTERS.! K, win be a grand success.* Barros orchestra substance the same, regarding general -. SO. (;oms. DKVGGISTS. t- '
H J. enraged and a goodtime .
Pearson of Pensacola m1I'tento at the camp and tre.at.ment ;
; ia all who attend. conditions ,..,.,, M
Ilis J ir
,. Gonzalez relatives Saturn J. M. DOOLET Your Money's worth or Tour Mon y Ba t.ir.if ,of the men. as that of other wit- '
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!" 8..3. # .", ... *.. I.a Ayers Sarsaparilla is not a strong drmk.j

$ > *. jA .l j BOW made,there is not drop of alcohol ia As
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i rbe 1eiatoht Joufnali i ** i... SPICY 'COMMENT OF STATE PRESS. ** JijmJL CsV//, '. \jL .It is a non-alcoholic tonic and alterative. ASk

:.... your own doctor about your taking this medicine i.d i.
3cE for thin impure blood. Follow
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1 1I Jolly V iOt d. baTe every ao time.leerctit He VT.VnAWQ publUhtli Trust him,
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DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. This Too Full for Utterance. formula*of 11 our pr p V tion. Lo..1.ace
Bimeby the Apalachicola oyster will
The
I PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY who be too full for utterance.-Apalachicola -
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r: THE JOURNAL COMPANY. The for Making Governors. Zk* t

The Xow%'. that the question of drainagehas i

Find been settled for the time being II:
t" FRANK L. MAYES, President ana General Manager is Florida editors may return to the i.>- ""--':- -:.. .

So joIl pleasant pastime of discussing .. ._; -. .. .
more "- .','. ..-__ 0'i
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. I possible gubernatorial aspirants ;
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-:- On Tear .. .. ..........7500 One Month .. .. .. .. .. 45 I \V e must extend our congratulations: '
Six Months .. .. .. .. .. 2 EO One Week.. .. .. .. .. 10 Is to our morning contemporary, on the IqI =
:. Three :Month. ... u .. 1 25 ,Weekly Edition per year.1 CO A face fact that its social column yesterday i i

; contained a complete record of an .
event that ,did not occur until last I T 2
t The Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed 'Twill in u in
night Such 'Scoops" are ; que 'I i
f; Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. modern journalism.-Tampa News.
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( Papers on Sale on Trains Always chew'your raw oyseters this I .
Editorial Rooms 38 y !
f..m j Business Offllo: 1600, I I Guy I winter before you swallow them. They,
and at all News, Stands. of
the favorite lurking place ,
are
tr King ;
is pearls and the other day a man in a i I
I New York restaurant secured five of
Offices-Journal Building-Corner (lntendncia and DeLuna Sts. New armor" a the little gems in this way worth :1"* '


PENSACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY MORNING NOVEMBER 22 1906 I about in"The her a or-'(,$500.-Milton Proclamation on Index._Hats.It ____. I!I I if'V'; :...: V i.: V I

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r son, the Is a well known and an established : : : 4
United States senate is little out of I '
Railroads a lace fact that Governor Broward has I I V :
place and the editor who wrote "A I I ordered in all straw hats sometimeago : i iI
f Are Public Ii ,
Highways. this doubtless got mixed on his I and issued an edict to that ef i iI

i- The following from the Live Oak politics but it brings to minda to.'the" to I feet :Take warning gentlemen and be I Ii _
In I .-Quincy TImes. !
accordingly
f'_ Democrat suggests a subject which is statement made by a Talla- dear' g_i governed i I Ir"Tommus" I

; worth more than a passing notice: hassee politician during the campaign "The : t is Regular. .

fi't. The Pensacola papers are up in two years ago when some one prophe- mother I The editor of the Live Oak News I.1 I; The Outer Music Hou e Is now open. for business The contractors

f:- arms against the proposed abandon sied that Stockton would be elected 'l\Ia 18t'j twits the etor of the Index with scaffolding put in; the and plate boards glass which broken obstructed by the September our store storm and and our removed Pianos can tile

.f: ment of the night passenger trains senator. "No," replied the politician I being a defeated candidate for railroad ,now be examined carefully.We I
between Jacksonville
Pensacola and
: and the Democrat heartily Joins with "It won't be Stockton; it will either Did 'commissioner. That's correct i have the largest stock on hand we ever carried as our regular shipments .
p But this editor voted for every DemoI and tbe have piled on .
formed re-[, have been continued pianos up as-we are goIng
:. them In their protest. The heavy Increase by Standard Oil or Wizard Oil, intent its 1 1 I I cratic nominee on the ticket Did the to make prices to move them. ?
1_ in passenger traffic all over the this? If not, he is not
Wanton' S. Webb the of season -[News man do for Christmas be
country very strongly suggests mores proprietor .e The Piano you are going to buy can selected and net ?
-- "Florida this the. a Democrat under the rule.; Lake aside. Buy now and save $50 to $100 Terms on best new ito7 models! 5"
; trains instead of fewer trains. That on Wheels died in Provi- of I![I City Index. '..' and styles In latest finish, $25 cash, balance $10 per month, no interest ?
J a great through line like: that stretchIng dence, R. I, on the 18th Inst. His formers 'l i --- A large discount for all cash. *

, ; between Jacksonville* and Persa car advertising the state traveled the ?i; Looks Bad. I..1 Just think of it, a $400 Piano for $300. Come and see them. These prices 1
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"f.- cola with well si't d and
a ? ecz try '
p. thousands of miles over the countryand I We are gathering information In regard will move them fast a
many populous towns on the route I :
f r should only have one passenger train did much to attract settlers to There to money alleged to have been j A few bargains to give you an idea of the remarkable cut we are 5
Florida. He had spent in this county in behalf of a making in prices on high-grade Pianos |
;,<: a day each Tray would seem strange many personal And I I
who defeated at the primaryof ,
man was
s e'
to the pcJnt of absurdity. The railroads friends In the state who will be painedto And in be- it One Krsmleh elk Bach, large upright grand fancy figure, walnut case y
this the party question
are public highways, like turnpikes learn of his sudden death. He year 't,;: When new $550. Used one year..$325 for this special sale. %
; ; ing a candidate for a state office-
-- and the convenience of the As Live Oak :News.Politicians 'One new Casell-Piano regular price $323 this sale $263 *
traveling public is as much to bey Oklahoma will send two democratic And "II I I -f
considered as the dividends of the senators to Washington contrary to It to "Demnition Bowwows." I I ; One small Mahogany upright Packard, regular price $UO, this sale OQ.T: %
stockholders Our Live Oak Board of *S85-
the expectations of the Republicans A yoke for ,.I- J.
let
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Now that the election is over
:. Trade should get busy at once in the With be :8 One .new..Kran ch & Bach Mahogany case, regular price 1450; this sale '1/
tg-"' matter and there should be cooperation who voted to admit the new state.Bryan's And politics and politicians go to "the $390 .
t at leading points all along the trip through the two territories : demnition bowwows," (if its hot,
When enough). and lets turn our attention to' i One Jacob Doll $400 Piano; used two years now $:%*. !
line to protest against taking off the aroused the enthusiasm of the lIe lltle Firty other. new Pianos just unboxed to select from. :fIi
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:: night through passenger service. red men and their cry for "heap democrat And more- important things to-wit: the
and prosperity town and
: Happily the condition which called 'Bryan" seems to have carried the And country.progress Lets climb to a higher plane I Ii I

,...: forth the above has been adjusted day. He This in a of life and living-Carrabelle Adver- The .Clutter Music House

f and the train referred to will continue, tiser.A .
J' as heretofore, but the subject tot I!' Said Governor Broward to the Com same the i Largest and Oldest in the State.

which we referred as being of more missioners of ,Agriculture in Jacksonville to Fearless Editor. |

than Monday: "In the extreme southern An editor who is endowed' with a &S i5>*##H''iH Hifl
passing interest is contained in ##*& # mH H it j;;:.!
portions of Florida a few bananai desire to 'be an instrument for goodin
(! the declaration of our able contemporary
f. I and palm leaves are sufficient for a the ,truest sense of the word and
that- !. by who is' blest with a brilliant intellect BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY
full dress costume. .
The '
1- "The railroads are public highways,' Commis'sioners God ,_and withal has the'moral courage to W.T. BEOWELL, PRES. AND MANAGER.
r like turnpikes and the convenience oft will please note that Pensa- God, I l, put into cold type the offspring of his Prepared to do all electrical repairing on short notice Ring phone 57. and a
''cola is in West Florida. Cynic's the convictions is to be admired and representative will call. W. T. Bidwell. President and Manager sea S. Baj>n
the public l I. as much to be consideredas street:

the dividends of the stockholders"This I The greatest ,football game of the i the up should from receive all commendation who would uphold and support a-I --

0; is a fact which the general season in the South will be played In fearless.Press. This applies speciallyto I
,. I the Claude L'Engle and his (Tallahassee -]
public has only recently come to realize Nashville when the the
today Carlisle In- ick D. .N'P
h and which the railroads themselves dians will meet the Commodores of ington: in ) Sun.-St. Augustine Meteor. I We are offering some dressed damaged

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have only under been -
pressure It
Vanderbilt the
on latter's field. Yost "Yellow Dog" Democracy.:

r compelled to admit. I'I the famous Michigan coach will as- Major" The Sun Is right'when it says "thou lumber at a bargain.

t.t. ,The old Idea that a railroad was'isist t the regular Vanderbilt coach during one shall not steal" is greater than party.

simply private personal property to this game. .'' in The News saysamen.. It is bind-
.( use and do with simply as the will of i out. I ing on a'man to vote for a rascal who We can fill all orders now tor new
to be the nominee ,
Two'negroes became engaged1'na happens primary
its owners or those who controlled it 'Yes !
when his does not become
dictated, never had any foundation in, fight in a Jacksonville pool room "The on generally.inown rascality till after his nomina- I stock shipment arriving daily.G' *

_. fact and under a proper administration recently, and'contrary to custom used that" 'I tion _then honest men had better stay ,

r:: of the powers of cuagress and of razors instead of cuspidors as I away from primaries. The "yellow
as
."_ the states, It can have none in practice weapons but then little time was :: dog" style of democracy is not for ".- DeSILVA & COMPANYvery
re- ours. If this be treason read the
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given them to prepare for the battle. 'Yes
News out of the party and hurry up I.
,' A railroad Is as much a public high I could ; about Monticello News.
Ocala is kicking vigorously on the poral
way as our contemporary says as a
alleged bad treatment she Is receivingat given

turnpike and as a simple illustration the hands of the railroads, but been so N teacher heroine, Molly Wood. The

of this fact it need only be stated Ocala is not the only place sufferingin "When Kirke La Shelle management promise
that when a citizen buys his ticketor a capable supporting company.

pays his fare from one point to another this respect just now. While One I S M TS I.f fi I

there is not enough power in That long-looked-for cold wave Is Joy Mr. Julian Walker.

the biggest railroad corporation in theworld liable to strike Florida soon. Vice- All Last season when Mr. Julian ttalier accorded
appeared in Pensacola he was
to prevent him from riding president Fairbanks speaks in Tampa in ... N who
straight to that point to which his this morning. One ...HNN1....... ........dMh.HN............ ...... a princely reception by some
had heard of his fame, yet they were
fare is paid.In But surprised when they heard him aJ

other words, railroads: are oper- Peonage is a very familiar word In they had never dreamed of beariaS

ated under special permits granted by Pensacola Just now. anything quite so grand. The foCo'

the state-they receive their authorityto Ing notice appeared In the Wiuswl
''' n.un u. U"'UVOX Citizen:
operate direct from the people reader
-"Mr Walker's voice Is ric6 ani
themselves-and when they abuse I POPULI.JUDGE aS' York. melodious and It would be hard I(

that authority or fail to serve properly I The imagine a finer or more moving rea
; and adequately the people who have --ns ture dering of 'Declining Now bv Ho .tio(

p them this J. T. PORTER ly that Parker than the one Mr. Walker pa Te.
; granted right privilege, or I
WAS NOT THERE -3 4L e Itd k He sang with fine feeling and c-tSoa.: .
authority, the people then have the I ted by A greater contrast in song '-a.n that
power to compel them to do so. Editor Pensacola Journal: 1 house between Mr. Walker's first and last

When the public fully understand: In your' Issue of Sunday i lars."A selection would be difficult to tine
,
this phase of the matter and when;I morning under heading of "Drt said Secchl's "Lungi dal tam *-cn<> jt, f*
f ganizations Unite in Appeal to thetic and tender In th,' extreme,
the railroads learn that the public I the L. "Yes comes'
& N. not to discontinue Pen- : :file while Schumann 'Grenada"
does understand it. the railroad highways "Well .4 .
sacola 'and Jacksonville Accommodation > f very near being the most vigorous.Mr.
of the country will not only render Train," etc., I am credited with ; Walker sang these songs with

.. better service bnt they will be "being present and relating what had 1 in swered.its equal skill and effectiveness., .provltr. :
been accomplished by other traveling himself artist The
more easily controlled and less arbi- 11 Spanish a genuine
organizations: Spinning Quartet from Martha sustl
In their treatment of his
trary the people
In view of the prominent place allowed by Mesdames DesMoss. Schumansi
whose money pays their dividends and the important results him.against Helng and Messrs. Van Hooae IB*

which seem to have followed so soon, Walker was never rendered more delightfully
the bloom there .
"When roses. again"
1 can but regret that I was not the yond and had to be repeated
;. will be sometning doing over in Tal- speaker as stated but that honor is:
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lahassee. Sixty days will seem a due to some other one as I was at jny Wherever Jackson Square Coff".

very short time in which to handle home In Grand Ridge at that time,I ball has been tried Its cup quality tall|

all those Investigations that are being I and I cannot see how any of your I the been praised. Leading grocers h.\1|
usually correct reporters should have it here. ASK your grocer for a rrtej i
called for and a few days duringthe
made such a mistake. Will you be J "who sample.
session should be set aside to kind enough to make the correction! fall _

pass the reapportionment bill discuss I and give "honor to whom honor is., "A TWO ARE KILLEDIN

drainage and Insurance etc., and due. However I will surely unite! got a

then the third house must have one my voice in favor of retaining the accommodation VIRGINIAN" AT :THE OPERA HOUSE SSATURDAY; DECEMBER- -----_,_ 1 eo_ FACTORY FIRE
and at the schedule now I deemed
night to themselves during the session established. It Is a vast improvement The dramatization faithfully follows popular play of the plains. .d Prei.
1 By A* oelat
over any We have had for some years:I his the book and the" episode of the Dustin J'arnum who has played the New York, Isor. 21.-Fire In a **:
We can now go to our county seat and' trunk 'scrambled babies the pet hen that title role ever sfnce the first per- story factory building on 75thtrcw:
Senator Bailey's political troubles return the same day which we had mother tried to hatch out four sweet potatoes formance the piece will be seen in this afternoon, caused many worn": !
have come on* him In an unfortunate not been able to do for some years I on. the camp at Horse Thief Pass the this wellknpwn character here. employees to Jump from the windows

hour. Only a few months ago he left prior to the present arrangement ] saw to lynching of the cattle thieves and thetragic Frank Campeau will again appear ,as and two were killed and many Gthersjwere

his seat in the United States senateto We are aware of the fact that it la ticket : ending of Trampas. are all In- the leader of the cattle thieves, and Injured. The fire was qu1C.r:
difficult to give such accommodations'. move troduced, with telling effect in this Mary Wright will play the school extinguished. One man Is m lWS-
attend the funeral of his father and In a sparsely settled section as Its I

now he has lost his mother. Whatever people think they should have and the said: T

may be the faults of the big. railroads cannot run trains at a loss,' "' z

brainy senator from Texas the South but we greatly rejoice at the great Improvement -to take
InVest Florida and believe when I
and the nation sympathizes:: with him
that real
soon the PA I dirt: "A
IIEaual
In his present misfortunes. sion will be one of the best feeders out his Sarsaparilla. Qnk
of the L. & X system. had a
s. The statement that John Stockton Most truly "'\Vb

&.; roulJnt jump from a seat in .the JOHN THOS. PORTER. didn't

Standard: Oil wagon to a'seat'ln the Grand Kiflse, NOT. 20: 1906. too. did to-any $$.00 preparation' on>> the market.








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Customs-i'hft editor of Harper's Bazar Is' disgusted '" Twenty-Five

with some of the' foolish fads We have just Beautiful Veteran .
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vtlch.: are creeping into society. Writ- a fresh shipment members of Pensacola
tug of them In the current;Bazar' she reached the city i I
Goods and they sented to those who
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eay-society usually has for its small or '.SbSrf fine. stant members of the
social exactions excellent riod of twenty-five
large reasons -
founded on good taste and consideration Ring Bologna, J. ,Gee. White. Sr., Geo.
for others. Sr., J. A. Kirfcpatrick, '
Occasionally,
cowerer. there are exceptions: : to this Wiener Wurst V. J. Vidal, Otto
ruV I! and a portion jot, the]social com- Green and Jacob Kryger.It i ? i
munity will take up with zeal worthyof d is the.custom of the C'I
a better cause absurd fads of conduct sent these jewels to
which, not only have nothing to Rosenau & they attain twenty-five :
recommend them, but which may beposlt1'eiy K 1 ship, and recently they : t

Tht present mischievous fad of dispensing in(their effects.almost l wr THE FANCY terday presented the to'Jewels the above were I

wholly: with introductions is one ofthem. ..1 it 'i Grand Chancellor i | [ '
Recently it was carried to 9 L' ,,11 116 ,SOUTH presented to the
such a degree in a New York home i The Jewels are of
; ;
that no one of the guests at a large I Phone J somely designed and ,
luncheon was presented to the guestof graved, and will be |
honor whom they had all been invited v those to whom they
to meet, though all of them sented.
were strangers to her. Theoretically, NICE' Bilious Attack
being; friends of her friend they were A few weeks ago I

trends Hare added of hers.much Practically to her enjoyment, it would, \ Boiled Ham and able tack to that go was to the so office i f

,r theirs, had she known which of Failing to get relief
them was the author of the novel she at physician's treatment, I
tau just read with such pleasure, or : Chamberlain's Stomach
which the bridge expert of whom she Chris Pfeiffer's Tablets and the next
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had heard so much in her Western
man.-H. C.
a new
cone. r. 1 I ? Cor. Hayne and the News Chapin, S. I i
The no-Introduction fad<: has its lets are for sale by all i: ;
critics and its defenders. It is questionable >
; however. If any sane voice The climax of a good
will be raised in behalf of the prevail. eq Just of Jackson Square
!lag Idiotic custom cf writing out In Imported Macaroni grocer for a free sample.I
full envelopes and in full l r rt 1 Dill Pickles Saner Kraut.
on engraving
Fish Pigs Feet Spanish
on cards and letter paper the numberof Bread. French Navy. f
one's residence. Thus 185 Z1I..tNjI-L4 fresh and new.
ttird street to take an address Se\"entY'1 at I Witch Hazel $1.00 per B II IISpecIal
random la now One Hundred and! r'inir Marine Grocery I
Eighty-Five West Seventy-third street I V. .. VIDAL,
unless those who live there are wise 4
enough to take a stand against a silly i; to The
would crowd around
habit which to be :Beulah. Nov. .-
seems rapidly gain
the flag, but he would
ing ground among a few foolish s warm weather if :
feel of it, but you
women and which is hurrying post-! in the loss of a large
thread from it, for it m
office the hands officials of.specialists and letter carriers on nervous into I! to us"boys who are cane sion, by as the souring mills is will a

disease." -.- tale. I handle the large crop ; ; ; ; ;: ; ;l
I
t The Ladies Aid I it is too far gone to be \
into Those
FraterD'Alemberte.W.eddingfYesterday: Baptist church will :. syrup.
syrup are running to
\ noon at 4 o'clock at the ity, working until far i: :
Morning Leslie E. Brooks', No. but have so far only
A pretty church wedding, 'and one son street.'il'| ning.,
where two popular young people are Antonia Olsen is still
the contracting parties, occurred yes-' money-Ask Why not, for get'Blue the this time-and his I ?
terday morning at 10:30 o'clock at FROCK OF ROSE have pneumonia. 1
the Gadsden Street Methodist church, ; Absolutely pure goes Mr.\ A. H. Bailey has ;
when Mr. Harry L. Prater, formerlyof I A charming little frock of pale rose the "Blue Ribbon ed that he is out but not i
tion. Ask for the 25c
this! city but now of Meridian, and pink mescaline is here depicted, the on Mrs. Eliza Busby, who areasor"r
i F r
Miss Carried: D'Alembette,the-jxcccm-- trimming -cons1s ng -of- cream white for the-last two months
pUshed daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. I. ; strength as last as" her' | ; .
lace little hand
Cluny tucks and
a em and The ladies'of. the
IL D'Atemberte. in it"r her.
were united marriage -. like to see
Rer. *\ A. Rogers pastor of broidery. 'T'lle skirt was made with the I"I: church will give an Mr. Thad Busby I i
the church, assisted by Rev 'Dr. Sylvester circular-shaped ruffle sections, which the Sunday school home at Bay Point last 1
cut in .Ith'narrow bandsof ,
WeeKs, performing the cere- were one Baptist church on. brother Hart Busby
mony. the silk, which' formed panels down Nov. 23rd, at 8 place at the cane mill of 1
the skirt. The lower part "of the tainment will consist of
The J. Busby.
church was filled with friendsof
skirt was finished by.three deep'tucks., strumental solos,
tf e two well known families, many I Miss Mary: Spare spent :
and recitation:
visitors being here from other cities. the folks at home t
The Interior of the edifice was beautifully will participate are Forest Monday morning.
Roberts assisted by a number of lady and Miss Ellie i
. and tastefully decorated with friends. I[ Miss Florence
,
Mildred
Kessler Miss
smilax, chrysanthemums'palms, ferns, The bridesmaid was Miss Bessie I Fan Warren Miss Ruth \ ant teacher here, went-
and holly, artistically interwoven with D'Alemberte, sister of the charming i I Nell Burrow, Mrs. J. Pensacola returning i 1
ribboi., the handiwork of Mrs. J. S. bride,.with :Miss Katharine Laney and I' :Miss Lucile Lurtbn, sume her duties has in

- __n___ Miss Mr. Ellis Anna M.Walker Frater as, maids brother of of honor.the I' ney hum, Miss Miss Lottie Mabel Rice, age, Our of school over 90 per cent

The Shoe men with a Reputation groom was best man and the ushers on Harvey, Mrs. C. M. two months and if the
were' 3Iessrs\Hugh Frere, H. Doug- J. M. Callaway and } to It'that their children easily
las Frater Guy Palmes and W. Clyde will be at home, we can
Roberts. and There no two months school 1
EVERYFRIDAY the price of admission Mr. and Mrs. Victor
Immediately after the pretty cere- twenty-five cents. The the pround parents of a
J
the bridal to
mony party proceeded [ go to the improvement born Sunday Nov. 11th. i
the home of,the bride's parents, where in church. Peter Shelby, who
they spent about thirty minutes re ployed at a mill In
ceiving intimate friends, after which Jackson Square
Ala., is at home again.
they left on the 11:16 train for their .: leans luxury. For sale Rev. Postelle"filled his
bridal tour, followed by the best grocers. 1, 2 and 4
Beulah
ment at the
wishes of a large circle of friends. \ tins. 25c, 50c and $ Saturday evening and
Their first stop will be at Atlanta !
for excellent
where they will spend a short time, preached an
We Shall Offer Special after which they will probably"visit A.be ? large and attentive < 1

Cincinnati and other points of Interest OLIVE
returning within the course of THE WHOLE .
ten days or two weeks to Meridian,
CROWD COAXERSWe Miss., where they will make their That's -the way
home, and where Mr. Frater holds a held Looked at
Special to The
I responsible position with the Armour I[ The following letter,
make Packing Company__ Olive Nov. 21.-Oar lag and contains s. J I t I
are going to
] Among the out-of-town guests were I I is .progresslTing nicely sense about the coffee I
Friday's values the kind you Mr. and Mrs. ited. }!Frere of Gulfport. class having on their publish It for our .
all willbe talking about. and Mrs.: Nickell. of Montgomery, both Industrious people who "I laughed at the i I }
relatives of the groom. I larly. injured me notwlths
There shall be The pouplar young .couple was the Ou next Sunday, we bling hands, fallow, '
never more recipients of many handsome and I ried very touching lesson, ion the tired listless : : ; :
than four items and never useful gifts from their many friends. I four : Lesson"The ing the "Word's stun to mental or ;
fewer I I so the terrible moments
than
two. They will welfthMarriage' I and little daughter, when my heart would 'i
be Shoes the people want, Celebrated: of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. lently that It seemed ]I I
I for the
bean quite III
Anniversary. would wear Itself out : I
and the prices shall alwaysbe I but is slowly ever still. !i

lower than you :can get in MrS Sydney Beli..of East Gregory Mr. C. L. Creighton'C- -\\hen 1 married, my ,; >> ;
street celebrated .twelfth anniversary I GateS Lumber came to an end-my !
any store in this entire coun-! is'now running.
I of her marriage :yesterday after- fused to serve It to me <
try.1re are going to make noon when she entertained most en- I \Ve extend to Mr:, tom on the table !

Fridays sensation in Shoe joyably a ..large number.of_ her lady ,,, Rutherford a grand This was!; dune over ; !! j:
a friends. j I little villagMIss bad -had experience : ; 1 jr
circles. Watch for tomorrovv's -; Progressiveeuchre_ was enjoyed'l'and I Minnie Jones;, straw colored liquid 'r|: :
1 resulted In Mrs. Julia school in Pensacola I taste. But the cup she I 1 i f :
and what and
ad.
see receiving the first prize, a half-dozen I II her parents Mr was not so bad, and in ( l
values our first Friday will: beautiful hand-painted plates, and Sunday last.. Merritt enjoyed It But we had ]! J
offer. I Pat McHugh the second prize I'I'r.lrs. Mr.' DL M. learned how to make |i

I a saucers.half-d ienhandsom cups and :Mrs.Harper Alice,! were the. ly-bylon5"Then the boning.results j.
;
Be sure to. attend the first I The table, where delicious refreshments -I Mrs. P. X. Wilson heaviness after ;! I : 1

Friday Sale, if it's only to were served, was tastefully Bird hunters Sundays.To are 'troubled me, the 1;I !l l'TH I i \
II decorated with cut glass, silver and tiful now on ,, stopped. I found more
sec the values we offer. I flowers. I "out-!-doo's exercise 1 :
:
To-morrow starts the first Mrs. Bell was assisted in receivingby '! Develop tb. j''I found myself at the :
Mrs. M. U Ryh. Mrs. Emile Roch t :te best exercise for ;(through my work with :; t
Friday. and Mrs. Eugene Roch. a stretching movement. i!i never known before. I
have
I end thoroughly; over "Many person
Watch for the Crowd untIl the muscles of i about Postum In such a
I leave no doubt they do
Coaxers.MEYEROECU. Personal Mention shoulders feel quite jto i' make it Tou. ; : ;
do so lying down or: i
Mrs. B. S. Bernard'reeeived a telegram best when stretching I meat or vegetables on i!
announcing the deathof |stove and let them ,
yesterday '
in, en
i I : stand. While .
that.way."I
Postum
her brother, Mfc Fred Marean, ?t I to the pare I
theanus
throw such 'boil it
say to
Ocala? tier father, Dr. Marean, Is alto and stretch welL! After has a dark rich color !
In a critical condition-
!
.' ;, cised ter back and will hare a beverage
I : way a woman will find hold you." Name given
I Mr. and Urs. W A. Ray :and: four and Creek Mich.
attitcde. Battle
stooping Cct
HEFURS1SHERS FOR FOLKS ,1 I children are expected to arrive in ; out a effort -square her mous little book."The t ;
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of week. '
latter .this
Pensacola the part villeIn pkgs."There's .
M) hold herself erect:
SOUTH
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WANT SOMETHING ReaR Estate



; INI! FOR NOTHING? HOW Safe i PA.NAMA CITY I




1 'i HOME i I.A RENT Investment i '. :

t1 I haven't got anything In that line but
have some good things in the real estate !
I line that represent more money than it MONEY "Use a reasonable amount of i FLORIDA
will take to buy them-In other words sound Judgment, but put jour :
two.story. eight-room, modern dwelling on East Wright street.
near Palafox ...................... ... ... ... ... ................$8000.00 : nothing.the nearest Are thing you to getting interested something in some for money in property." : .

A splendid new. six-room cottage on North Hill, with large reception thing that \\111PAY'YOU Our list of properties includes many .
: hall, with fire place and folding doors opening Into the dining J GROWS choice locations in all parts of the,,city,
I room. closet In every room butler's pantry china closet made T 14 PER CENT ? both for investment: and home purpose i i
Into wall and a bath room elegantly furnished, house screened, a T NEW DEEP WATER PORT. RAILWAY TERMINAL
lovely home all In first-class condition ..........................$4 JOOO Have you any vacant lots,.
$3350-\\ill buy fix houses on the West .
t I If you pay: $15 a month rent. sup houses or. business propertyfor .
Seven.room dwelling, excellent neighborhood on East Hill with a lot End that par $456 per year;
r 110 by 150 feet, stone walk arcund same, stables, etc ..........$450000 we have collected for the : 11 I I pose you stop a moment and figure sale'Somebody wants what you : ON BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS BAY i
year on these houses more than out the exact amount! you would
dwelling. modern conveniences on a corner lot 80 have and we have lightning
,
A new seven-room & 99% per cent. of the rents due. I In Interestat .
: i by 137/z feet on East Gadsden street, a comfortable and desirable + $1100 cash and spend ten years. with methods of finding that somebody -
home, could not be duplicated for the money .....................$400000 balance 7 per cent.j 6 per cent. If you have not tried : .

Slx.room dwelling at Goulding, fronting the railroad, with 20 acres $1750-A\ill buy 4 houses on the East us ask those who have. i Hotel Saw and Mill !

I of land ......................................................<.....$250000 $ End that pay OHO a year. $650 $2,372.52Surprised It does not cost anything to list jour I Panama open, Planing ma-
cash and balance on long time.
A new four-room and hall dwelling ,on East Strong street, lot 60 by J property with us. Do it_ to ; chinery here. Cement Block Works here. 1200-foot :

137 : ? The amount Is large : Wagon Wharf built. buildings :
I A comfortable, five room cottage on North Barcelona street, near car EITHER OF THE and
line ............"........................v.............,.........$150000 PROPERTY WILL.ABOVE PAY PIECES.FOR OF enough comfortable to buy home.a- handsome You know you FOR SALE. going up. Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay: Ry. neari.g i

S 4 THEMSELVES. Have 'to Pay Rent, so why not Homes and Good Interest- the city.
4H
begin to apply It on a home We

can show you how.McDAVlDHYER. 'I II\ !
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| HOOTON & WATSON Bearing Property.

LESLIE E. BROOKSReal I $17SO.00-J-room. 2-story on 60.foot lot GET IN ON THE GROUND FLOORWrite

Ii THE RENTAL AGENTS i I East. Wright street. .. ..


P !i Real Estate. Insurance and Loans i iIt Estate CO. 5500.00For 2-!'tory-, 7-room. dwelling; : or See :.

and insurance. York also 4-room cottage both modern -
Agent New

No 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. | Life Insurance Company. b& of conveniences block on 9th and avenue.includes I I THE PANAMA! CITY REAL ESTATE COMPANY ?i

l............................. .. ...................... Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox.. I 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.,

.. _ : Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. : .................... :
$200000 No. 1201:! North> Davis street. lot60d2 ..................... .. ....

I : 2 story, with bath cheap
I
I'n HELP WANTED. WANTED.


I .-Good house girl. Apply 223 WANTED competent nurse Apply at IPorSak< < $3500.00-gets .the S lots and 6-room cottage lOUISVlllE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD CO IPANY.
Nona Qprlag street. 2n0YTD.E.17 once at No. 413. North Palafox street. FOR SALE on northwest corner Reus
; %%nov 'and Cervantes. Buy and Improve Through and Local Time Tables Between Pensacola and Points North.
to
In town try
man this for good renting prop
cmCI. ':..S alter smoking *
WANTED .
-Every young girl In town to I ..erty.SOOOCOElegant
know that CHlCLETfc are delightfuL READ DOWN READ UP
WANTED AT ONCE A good cook at ; $3000 Trains NOL Train Nos
I 18 East Wxlghi street. 20nov 2 t J
A1'"TED-Ten thousand really delight NICE COTTAGE ON

I WANTED-A good: cook. Apply at once CHICLETS ful young:ladles.to use really delightful for :212! 8-room West Wright and ball street residence a very desirable $ Hill all modern Utile home convenience. on North s Lv..tCflS5COl&.A.................: ................. ? t.3vrrr 6CJam: Ibitam 4.Q ;i,1I

I to Mrs. f.rtat, Navy Yard. 20no\lw largo lot. with EASY TERMS. 11:05pmius51 ................ ................ ( 4:2Ipm, RHaz; :
WANTED white party or parties. to WANTED-Position at once as woodsman .................. .................. *:1.amt! l:2.an8:0lpm
. run a boarding house for ten or twelve by a thorough competent turpen 4500007room. L3lami I .. .. 5:17am 2 .a:
saw mill laborers Dear Century. House tine Can manage any size East Gadsden 2-story new house i l3am 1 Lllansl: k-v-n.. .:..::.:..::.::::t i 3OOam 1 8ic.; ,
1 free and goods at wholesale. Address J. place and anbrin with me some hand $1875 S 5-room cottage and three line: also close street to bayou.near cat, 7:40am 2lOpm Ar.t.;; .................. I 8:45pm 3ir'1l:

B., Century FU. ISnoviwi Address Woodsman Care The JournaL 0x132 feet. 1:50pml 3:27am .................. .................. 3:27am !.l ;ll
Zone For 60 feet on the North Side of Coy l large lots_ .on the corner of"F" 2:10am. 8:30am! ................... .................. \1:4;>&m 8ltp-:
i. ernment street bv 125; feet on the eastside : 7Oa.mI12:0On'n Ar..Clnclnnatl..................Lv 11.0Opm 6:0,1pn
BOARD AND ROOMS. WANTED-Heirs and proof of beirship of ilasent street has a large 2- i and Intendencia streetsin "
-of Phillip Townie. and heirs of James story store and dwelling house on same. I II $l600.006room.story:! dwelling \0. 910'Vest BETWEEN PENSACOLA-MOBILEANDNEWORI.EANS.
Weeks and heirs of the estate of Martin ( the Maxent tract). The 6th avenue. -
1 FOR KENT Two connecting rooms suitable Grant. Apply 359 Brent Building.. ISuovtf 'I 6&7 2&Z tiel .- 3&2 l40& "
top'light housekeeping Apply is rich 'lOOam'llOOpm 11OSamILv..Pensacola..Ar LOOani 4:00pm: "-3'\' '
and
phone 1223. 20nov WANTED-Some one of means who will :Money to loan at lowest market rate I I ground you can 10:0am, :66am 4lpm \ ............ ........... ,1:40am illlaasI 2 ....,'
care for and educate bright boy 14 of interest. I raise | $1850.00-For 5 hcm es and 7 lots. fronting 6:00pm 7:15am 8:151' Ar........ NewOrleans..Lv '.:I Jlml.. . .. a
FOR RE."fT-OD. room with privilege of I enough vegetables in south on West Jackson street
years old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or Mortgages on real estate In this city I
bath; on North Hill car line. Gentle Mrs. 'Wm. Fisher President. ISnov bought and sold. I rent SZa. FLOMATON, PENSACOLA RiVeR JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE.i .
the
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man preferred. Address E. Care JournaL garden on the place to .1-
ZOnovlw All of the Maxent tract west of "C" 21 I Ix 1 1a I Trains do not ..top at stations 2 I I. Ii ::..:
Ar."TED-PoSlti. as stenograplfer. or street now for sale. most for it. of 1 Dally! Daily >a11Jr >any' where no time Is shown 1 Dally! DailyDaiD' $ :
Plenty
pay
A NICE furnished room to rent for gentlemen assistant book/eeper and general office $1300(0-411 of block 117, East King .4:55 2:30 2.50 .......... .......... I 12:43 1:25 8tt5:
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OnJj". Apply to 226 North Spring dress work. B.by C.young, Care lady of experience. Ad room to raise chickens also. Tract, 23 lots. ...... &:00 2:25 %::55 ............Century.......;..... I 1:40 11 SH;......
t street. ISnovlw Journal., novlSlt ...... &:07 .%:41 ..3:85..Bluff. Springs ........... tJ.:33 1:1) 8 1.. .... .
t ...... 57 %.$1 3:20..McDavld. ............ .1 .
Will ::%% 15 8:06:
sell
!1 TWO UMryttlpSHED{ rooms for rent W.\NTED-Five hundred couples to attend Fisher Real Estate on' easy terms. ...... 6:30 3:04 .3:361 .........Pine. BarreD........... .108 15 1:5;; .....
Apply 14 West Belmont street. ISnov the grand Thanksgiving ball on AgencyCOLLECTION $1500 00-Blocks. 113 and 207. West King 5:39 3:13 .260/ ..............M911no ............. '11:69 1:4J 7.4;,... ..

FURNISHED ROOMS for rent at 212 I I hall Thursday BarrOb November orchestra.29. at C. K. of 18nov A. .$1200P Tract.L .:::::: :5:53: '..3:26: ::;U. .:..: t : 11111..:::::::::: .:tUi 'lZl l2:34 :7 7 ;:.::::.:

West Gregory street. l6novlm'PoTt OF RENTS A ...... .5:67 294:1ii ..........Cantonement.......... .11:40 1-5 7.;1' .....

> RENT: -Two furnished front rooms I YOUNG in LADY Pensacola stenographer or fjiyvthere. wishes In \\est position I- SPECIALTY. List your property with] S. & CO. :::::: :.4:03 6:01. :n: : :n .. .:::::::::::: .:W : if; : :g:.H:'::

for rent suitable for light housekeep Florida or South Alabima. References. Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox me. I sell it. ...... 6:15: .3:4ii .4f(). ..............Ollve.............. .. :%% .12:00 ....; .
ing 81'i of phone and bath Phone Address M E. C., Ca.ni Journal. ITnovCONKEVS SL. can RZ'L LOANS ...... 'C:%1 .3$1 .4:48. ............Brent.............. ..11.15.12:04 .1' .
fc$6.; East aadsden. llnovlmFOR BIJ .8:25 .3ii4 ..ti: ..a......... Goulding ............ ..11:11 .1o1 "l. .. .
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RENT-Pleasant furnished celebrated Roup Cure. Cholera AND CE -.1:30 4:00 i.OQ Ar......... Pensacola..Lv t 11:03 U:35 7-<'"
room. cure. lice and mite killer as well!
southern exposure. second floor Corner as an unexcelle.jEgg Producer. PERSONAL.WILL UILD'OFOR N 1 1 I I
All if11 I lco.
19th avenue and 12th street, near Cast f ,
guaranteed, and 'ft I L..L1 /
lUll line. a splendid grade of L_ j:
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mar llnov b heat. that will make your fowls lay. F.I the successful"physician: kindly allow J. W. Bullock Jf. S 5:00...... ...... 1:00 Lv..Pensacola.........Ar J 10:5 ...... ...... .
ilellen C
ROOMS FOB RENT-Nlvely furnished 334. & Co.. Pensacola. }!a. Phone his fever patients to try CHICLETS C 7:13. ..Bohemta............ r..I--..... .... .10
to ..........
front room In quiet neighborhood. Apply 7novWANTED keep the mouth moist SALE. 7:13 .Gun ) -
202 East Caurca street. Ilnov2w C .... ............ (
-Position as saw filer or auperinte Real Estate and Mortgage Loans SS '1:18 Point.10:33.'i.. .
FOR BENT-one newly furnished room. *dent. or mill foreman. by a FOR SAIJ3-Three-v ear-old 'Jersey cow : :: 1i; .. 11 ,
Batb acwl gas. 23: South Spring street. competent man References furnished. i HOTELS.BROWN Room 302 Brent Building. and heifer raif. Can .be seen at 1118 : .. ;''; "
Address
llnov J. W. Lasseter Andalusia. Ala. E. Strong street. ZOnovlw. :: 3. '::3'> ..........Galt City............ ... ..... .''' '

: FOR board.RENT Hen-Rooms only. Apply with 17 or West without La- WANTED-To rert. a house on finovlm North!- Good beds.-- -HOUSE- ----DeFunlai.- --- f5I'rinll5.: Phone 637 I FOR long.SALE 8 feet One high fine with wall ribbon Case case 25 ft-et I 10- : ;S:0O.J..:::::: :::::: .O:1..;:..... :::......liolts..1 Range.I ...:::::::::: .: .: ....::.::::::,;'d

% Jtaut St. Tnovlm Hill with 6 or 7 rooms; will lease for free bath and airy rooms elegant meals; 'feet long. separate Will make fine dis- : .J 8:30: .......... ......... ....... ...., ';
,: one year from date of December 1. Address attention to sample rooms Special = play' case for any kind of merchandise, : ::! ............Crestvew............ .9:04. :; .... S'U:
I TWO NICELY furnished rooms for rent Pensacola Investment Co. Inoy.:tWANTEl1.Afl day. ,J. traveling P. men. Rates $:'OG Apply to E. L. Reese. 17 North PalafoxZOnovlm: e : 8: l6 ...........Dt'er Land..I..... .,,%
1 wttk e: without board, privilege of bath : per Brown. Prop. FOR SALE. 9:10. ..........Mossy Head.......... .8:23.............. 3 h
I and phone convenient to car lint. Ad kinds beer'rottles. I pay S 9:35.. ........DeFunlak Springs. .8:13.......:....... 6--
dress 120S East Gadsden street. 27octlmo lIe dozen. I bunafc. all leading brands HOTEL SOUTHERN Open all the -I i FOR SAI.E-I.lght. Hne healthy cotmtry- :: ;: 7:44..1' i 4?
I of wines beers ana whiskies, and still year. American and European: plan I* raised turkeys, : ..'
FOR SALE-A fine tract of worth n.ill. but let go ....... ... 6 '
THREE UNFURNISHED manufacture that well-established '5' Special summer rates. First-tlass I in land nearcitv at $1.8ii each. ( 7D.. ,
. ROOMS sult- cog S Part heavily timbered ; Apply to Nettle Oliver 9:44..Argyle..S. ......' ..... .e
I lleJo light housekeeping with priv- and medjrine. Joe Roth. corner Tan-agena every Mrs.respect. Pleasant and cleared Call phone 28;>; or address; part 1102 Molino, Fla. 17nov2wn 10:4 ..... ...... .. .......1 : .
Government Sts. ient. T. L. Bowers Prop., .
baUi. Apply 22.est lloct .... ..... _
liclniont co.aFla.. -eonvt.'n-I East: Gadedt.'n. lSnovb FOR SALE-8 111-1.; ............ /. 1:12//.. ;; i
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2SoctI room house. good location. .... .. .. 45
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WANTED-At once. a four or five-room I I I best water in the city A bargain. Ai 5- 1!.. ...... ..AyCO<'k.... .... ........ ...... 4 ;'
I cottage. Must be dote in and in BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. European 9th 11.431.. ..... ..... ,Jl: ...........cottondale....... .
FOR KENT Jnewly furnished trent room good FOR \LE-Fine setter dog fairly well Ply avenue and 16th street. ISnovlm .... 5:18...... .... 4, '
in private family southern neighborhood. Address 123. Care "lournal. plan Rooms light and clean trained Price reasonable. 1:111;: ....... ..... .Il:_ >larianna............ ':00 ...... .....I lAS
Desirable neighborhood and exposure. Zjset Transient trata solicited. 575-;;: ;9 South 1-'. D. .No. 1 Address R. I FOR S4LK-111 acres excellent; 1:4! ...... ..... .11:43 ...,.....C'Prf'63............. . .
hear business ,_ Box 9, Contonment. FlLi pineapple : i:3 .... j'
Palafox. ...... ..... .1
renter. Use of bath. RIS an.1 phone. Jos. S. Nicolau. Prop.FOUND. i l!!novlw I II J and orange land on excellent 1:5 1. .. ....11:52. ._Grand Riofge.: ......... .5:3%......... ..... ,
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,, Apply to 423 West: Gregory or phone 13;;8. TAILORING-B.Gent iu Diamond. Tailor 1 market, close ; !rrorih i- 130.1:13.: ...... ....... 1:1: ..................Sneads............. ... 51........ .... )' :: .4'
clothing ..
cleaned. pressed and from .Rlver .. .
miles Junction .
1 .. .
ROffor rent. Apply 23otlmFURNISHED 301 Government on short St.. notice.Pensacola No.Fla.11V4 West repaIred I 1a:,I I FOR SALE-Several gasoline engines.new Cheap.and secondhand Apply- I'I Aycock.healthy }-la.1anlddr:: J.improvement E. Benefield.One sv 1"All:SO......... ...... .PM'1:40. Ar ...acksonvWe... Lv.. .Al.l 9OJ.5'10: /,.............. .........", .PM t 4' \'

W. Chase street :bet! I t to Ed B. Banks phone 1377. ISnovlw Trains Zl and % and trains 2 and
a
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WANTED
I R. Bingham wants your FOR SALE-At a bargain, paving Puns c&cry through sleeping car be'ween Penna-
moving and hauling He guarantees STRAY Cow and Calf. brindle. with white TREES Shade. I I l tune business at lIt East Intendencia: cola and Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line
all breakage. I'hone 630. face marks. and I ornamental fruit trees
crop split
in right street.
ear Address Box 325. City.
Snoy
of all kinds also .Tralns
owner have ; hedge plants furnished stop on signaL S
may same by paying for this .
MONEY TO
LOAN.
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A."TED-The Merchants ad. 626 East.Gregory street C. R. Ol and planted by S. I) Jackson on
Transfer Co en terms to suit customers. Best reference FOR SALE-Six-ton schooner 36 feet
wants your moving and i 1 8no.lm.FOR ;i all. 11
: hauling. All Address S. D. Jackson Cit;>. ISnovlw over feet beam round bottom
UNLIMITED amount breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thorsi. copper fastened. tight and in FOR
monev to loan on 0. good condi- SALE.FOR .
(I all kinds personal property. on short Proprietor. Phons: 978. -. -S tion. with good sail and gear. A bargain.
k notlne. Terms easy- Get my rates before FOR SALE-Comforts. 8;;5 each. On.- King & Runyan 4nov For
, i frolag tfsewhere. Star Loan Co., 116 ic 'WANTED-AH kinds of electrical work. ADOPTION. half dozen store stools J3.00. Apply 531:: SALE-One well-trained thoroughbred Sale.
South Palafox. 4novlm I sell all kinds of electrical batteries East Government or-i>hone 945. 17novlwBAY FOR SALE OR LEASE-6-room and hall English Pointer. Good pedigree.
J S and other ..Ie! :trical supplies. When you FOR ADOPTION-One :. cottage with outbuildings attached Apply N. B. JL, Century, Fla. 2Inovlw
loan need me ring 24a; cr 955. E. W. orphan boy. 7 Corner 14th avenue and 13th street
J5000 00 to on good security. Peake. Write
i Penaa- New tar years old, and one orphan baby boy 5 HORSE FOR SAJ.E-Good roadster. FOR SALE OR _
cola Investment Company. : : Laundry Bldg. E. Garden. J JL S.. Care Journal. or apply 313 East EXCHANGE-Half Work
1 I 30octJflONEY months old. \\ ill be given for adoption to Leslie E. Brooks. ISnovlw In New City
Romana street. near Bay View
park will
4nov ;
; I I ':WANTED responsible: part'es. For particulars apply exchange for cottage or son 11500-Buys six-room house two "Of-
WANED on real estate and -Second-hand Backs of an d e- Pearl Eagan; Home, Mrs. Wi ; -S cheap<< if on
or
. personal property on short notice. i scriptions wanted. If out of town. ship Fisher, President ISnov FOR !'IALE One horse. 402 North 0 th F9,5 SU-BAF; A BARGALV-23OM:! taken at once. Mrs. R. Owsley 120 E. ner lots one block from --ac .
; I[ Terms easy. J.V.. Bullard. 28 tt South I them to us. If in town ring us up at No. Avenue. Itnovl L one : e power engine 100 Strong. 21novlm on East HilL This Is your 'in ,:
: Palafox St. Phone 1144. 314.: or bring them to us at corner of feet 1-inch pipe. This engine jus. tne tunlty to get a nice home \
: i ij Chase and Alcaniz: Sts. F. S. Mellen & thin? for a small saw mill. Address Box FOR SALE=$25.00 cash for bargain.
I Remington
icAN: LEND TOUR Co PANAMA CANAL EDITION tf The 103. Pensacola Fla.
1 MONET at ZSjuiyI Sloctl Typewriter in first-class
eight COLORED
LODGE.
writing order
S i Journal-a ; $2100 For ,
magnificently illustrated -
per cent If any that been offered $30 In a new, modern !'1'.<""r
I I rant Interest lseav me about it. you It :! -- magazine containing score of views :of FOR SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreed but hate no exchange use for for new machine horn, near car line on E .-' "
S Will be absolutely safe 'I : the city and harbor. For salet .SIll Pointer Puppies. $10 and $15. *' same here. wa-sites.
1 on real estate; I! I. O. S &, D. of St. L. book Signed Address B, Care JournaL Ilnovlt'FOR
stores or at The Journal !
. .5 aecurity. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 4S2.fUONBT I i MISCELLANEOUS. office By: Bagdad Kennels Bagdad Fla. llnovlm .
I Howard Council No. 1 and Bethlehem mall. 20 cents. :b.EJ t SALE $ 850-Gets a bargain In 10 l lot <"ro" '
I'. i TO LOAT*-Everybody borrows t 1 Council No 2, Independent Orderof _|1 FOR SALE and Immediate delivery one best furniture-Half-interest houses In South In one of the block, New City. An *1 .' 'rot ir'
5-'. | money from Jno. A. Hall & Co., 14W PHOTOGRAPHS-Norman Gloss and Sons and Daughters of St. Luke, FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixtures, I I automatic tandem compound center Reason for selling to devote Alabama. vestment as other lot :,Im"
I I\ E. .Government St. When In need call I i i f Satin postcards. Factory to photo pool and billiard tables etc. In a fine, crank steam engine of about laO horse to other Interests Call more time vicinity are selling at <'<' o f.
2nd and 4th on
! \' on us. raphers tS thousand. Jl 20 gross prepaid meets Wednesday nights! location. At a bargain if sold at once. power; and two return tubular boilers, 72 S. Sheppard. FlorsJa. or address W. each.
Ala.
.'i t Two dozen with developer %iic. Norman of each month at their hall on Tarra.gona Address box 103. City. 2Lsc pt inches diameter by 16 feet long. For full I1novlm
I i I MONET LOANED on all kinds of per- :Photo Paper Co.. Rochester, N. Y. between Intendencia and B:o- ._ 1 particulars apply Stone & Webster Eng FOR SALE-Large furniture
: aonal property on short notice. Terms; I 20nov7t* FOR SALE-10.000 acres round timberland Corporation, Box 830, Pensacola. Itaov harness. In wagon and
\ '- usy. JB. CUr &, Co... 2 W. Romana i mana streets. D. Howard F. C. IL, 12.500 saw mill timber and saw good condition. Fisher Furniture -
j I\'hoM ills. lfeb; I j C. XL Wilson, Corner Gregory and Barcelona Rev. C. H. Jones. Seer.. No 1 FrankScott mill. 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several I FOR SALE-Forty> acres lana well tim- cia street house 135 and HO East Inteaden- Co Ro] YAEQER
, '*.* I J street has opened a meat market F. C. H.. Stella Dawson Sec, good farms and town properties. bered. good house m miles east of 9nOT
; ti:LIMITED amount of money to Joan I'I I In connection with his grocery. Every- No. 2. novlO-lmpd Write Gentry & Setterllnd. Chipley Fla. Olive Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelds. P. O. FOR SALE CHEAP-AlfflOst new Mehlen
. S t rate to business men on large I ewe. A bargain piano ran be 200 Thiesen
loaiL*. The New York Loan Co.. 204 U I It MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut flowers br callinsr at the Kmiri----. -Wl'-.'h.- ... ..seen.._.._.... Building.
t k So.t J Palafox. i I on hand. Orders taken for special Phone 686.LANARK.
occasions. Phone %8%. ISnovlm FOR SALE-A pottery works with
i; .. II WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE. engine. steam daTing room mould steam.
WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOPWeare and everything complete for carrying on
LOST. now in our new quarters. 214 K. bUfilncea. together with the finest bed of
JJ-- Intendencia entrance also at 215 Roms!!&. pottery clay In Eacambla county. Located
f -
:= and prepared to do everything In wagon Send it to The Journal office day or night. When you need help have right In the dtr. Apply to or ad-
; "A GAME of fo\t The loser forgot to II and carriage building and repairing. E. anything dress R. P. Reese. 16sepU

t,.: a-Chew CHICLLTS.'lXST L. Herring Phone 923; City. 14oct. I i to sell, rent, exchange, or wish to purchase anything, try a want ad. They do the FOR S4.LE-Driving mare, 4 years-

f, -Lock from watch fob engraved MATTRESSES RE..OVATED-lIit'w I work. gentle. good traveler. Any lady old r On the Gulf of Mexico.
W C. 1%!. Reward for return to 29 E. tick drive her. C. R. Yaeger 200 caa
furnished If desired. Guaranteed. Thipsen
12 ,East I Car- building.
Carden street
i or Gadsdenctreet.
,. pet taken up and matting laid. Leave 8Noy
JOnov orders at \\atson Parker .
Reese
Co.'s. Hunting
t and fishing season now OlIo
'LOST One green parrot talks Spanish Wesley Duncan. "sept SIX I ORDINARY WORDS MAKE Oyster beds within easy reach.
and English. $10.00 reward for return to S ONE. LINE. Pensacola. St. Andrews and
.\'asao, corner; Gregory And PaJafox.XOST. J. H. PORTER, eaflmaker. 71J South -
f L lSsoflw Palafox street. Orders taken for tents Gulf Steamship Co. Offers exceptional advantages ** .
I
{... awnings, camp stools and house .
a cots, place to spend part of the winter mont -
, strayed or Better etc. Prices reaaonable. Sljan STEAMER TARPON.
- puppy about t'1 StoIeD-t.t white W. G. BARROW. Master.
f with blue ticks. SuItable for SHIP CHANDLERS McKlnaie FIRST-CLASS
reward return Oertlng PASSENGER
to \\*. A. Blount. Jr. ITaov JL Ox. wholesale and retail shin chand .: S FREIGHT SERVICE. AND LANARK INN.
lens and grocera. Only flrst-cla tfcuse f -Bf'tween-
,- of kind 1a city. Fair prices to all. PENSACCLA. MOBILE. APALACHICO Under new management; modern snd
f- LA, CARR/.UEL5.E. ST. AN. well kept; will afford special attention to
FOR RENT. I MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP DREWS. MiLlVILLE. hunting and fishing parties.
WD-
I i lie Minis, Proprietor. And all points on St. Andrews """;
Furniture Bay,
Aar
repairing '
of an kinds. rabelle and AcalachlcoU. Reached by the Georgia, Florida
If. carpet
l laid
furniture I. I 'F. ,
FOR REVT-Two nice double stores on packed for shipping. Phone ,:. I Leaves SCHEDULE. Alabama Railway. Convenient schedu -
( East Intendencia street, between Pala Next to Tampa landing. 22april I ; for Mobile.Pensacola Ala. Sunday S SO y a% ;Tourist rates now In effect
fox and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fisher I Leave .
Pensacola, For hotel accommodations write LANARK -
Tuesday. 9
30
'Real Estate :
Agency 22nor H. ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet I for St. Andrews JUillville p. m.
Iron Worker cornice Apalacbic la. INN. Lanark, Fla.
," S ; work and skylights I Carrabelle and intermediate

I FOR room REVT for-rent A. ,R.suitable Bingham for has funJture storage repairing.a specialty 109 East; roofing Government guttering opera and S Rates-The rate on a want ad filling the above space is 23 cents -:insertion .i For additional information J. R. SAUNDERS.points.apply to For schedules railroad rates, etc., writs

l.r other goods. 104 and 10S South Tar. house building. Phone 660. R. COBB
Residence IE
r "' 011& street. Phone 828.S phone 116. and 5 cents a day for each additional consecutive insertion. Send cah' with the ad. I General Frt. and Past* Agt.President Pen- J. H.Gen.McWILLIAMS.Pas*. HgeniJ .. .

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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. THURSDAY CORNING, NOVEMBER 22,. 1908.. PAGE SEVEN.

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It's curious .. .. ... ...... ........ !. .!!. .. .. HICKS1 !
thing :; Iii

ACTS 1)0) NOT the large number of people whodon't SHIPPING NEWS. j CAPO DINE ; ,


specify brands. Everybody -- 1 I Witcher Zemurray & Co. -CURES I. {
should know what a good whiskey ,

"VULGWITET CONSTITUTE is, but they don't. If your Cleared .Yesterday. :. r ALL ACHES? '. S ViNaI.1III
Conway. Br ss. Prentice. 2531, for Ge. 1 A,4f6erveesaesa :
ROOFING order is "Just a little whiskey," noa. with 1,250,304 s ft sawn timber, I Commission Brokers. I : -.- -, AlIn&I-'; I .
V
you get the kind that shows long 282038 timber. 8 ft lumber. 1,272,408 a ft sawn r :. ., : .. tY

giving the house owner who profit for the house. Often it's Whltefield. Br ss, Johns, 1560. for New : t !T

..idcut of great satisfaction. the cheaper kind. Orleans In ballast! Pensacola and New Orleans '* ** *"* f1
jsjs it a feeling I PEON GEI VESSELS IN PORT. Oc.seTcofiierpb1a tit.
i.IIY? Because he know that "Vul- Start right by calling for Steamempa.Alfred : II W. Intendencfa. 820 Common. : = i. :
.m.11
..'. Roofing is the most perfect, MARK ROGERS now and Menzele : 125&, .: -

tant economical:: and wearing roof protection you'll end right. St.Camperdoron Vincent, to, it.Br tr.a.1r ss,;Alexandra:.sen. 1620 :4[ Cotton. Stocks Grain Provisions i Onr.-woollSf = rs

That's I (Continued from Third Page.) MARK ROGERS is a whiskey Gulfport to F. O. Howe & Co !1U&14r1alli tIea.. :
.WhyVulcanite
pade [ the "visitors all carried guns." Witness that's always a little better. The nlero Conway to master.Br as. Prentice 2578 Rio Ja- : bought and sold on margin or for investment. : 1U'it 4 t:

RoofingIs : had never seen the bosses with kind that discriminat- IXuelva Helsingburg to Iyer Swed Bros.M, Schriel, ,1122 1O&r.: :, .

,guns.Witness' .n:' ingmcnwant.llcllowtold Rhodesian. ; Br &8, Peck. 2054.:\ Carte* Out-of-Town Orders Given Special Attention. : -
UNIVERSALLY used. I had seen Buckley. but he :'- and The gent to Gulf Transit Co. .
had never worked in the kitchen with pure VVhitneld. Br .... Johns, 1560, West : .
Old roofs can be covered quickly and witness "Witness did not know that flavor is delightful, Hartlepool. to HyeBros.. ( Direct Private Wires. Telephone No. 1173. i DIRECTORY.PROFESSIONAL. .4

ike new. "No speculation about the boys were ever whipped and said you'll smack your lips Ships.
: t
joci: he been i Avanti. Nor ship Anderson, 164$. Lon t
.. 1canite." did not believe that they bad and say "Ah! don to order. .
rul mistreated. At all good places; Ferreira Port ship Barros, 505, Lisbonto ........e..t..o .................. .
Ask for thi "Hous That Jack Bul't" master. 4 i
here In Chas. Greenfield. but you must specify.Il .Canada Br hip, Spurr. ::::31, Rio.
It itrht town. *
You can get < Chas. Greenfield, who had been jpn.|rn to VHrh line Lumber Co. w. B. BARTON,
working for the Jackson Lumber Co. I' Harbinger Bus ship 1399, Algoa Bayto
,
since June, being employed at the log BLOTHEXTHAL&BIC1ART Ingrtd master.Nov ship Dannell. 1260. Antwerp -- Sidewa1ks--------1 Attorney At Law. k

M.\ Avery Hardware Co. camp, was the next witness and expressed 11II" to McK. Oerting{ & Co. Offices-Fisher Building PaUfcrt street :
A. himself well satisfied with i "B & B" Lena. Hal ship. Tassara 15S1, Londonto I States Will practice Courts. in &Q the state and United C ''
order. Twenty-ttree years' exp -
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conditions at'the camp. His testimony _I Barks.Afredo I r1ence. .
relative to conditions at the ...:: .
House -:-- TilL GREAT BIG HOUSED Uruguayan bk. Malagas, 987, That old sidewalk of yours is unsightly and insecure at
Opera camp, guard, etc., was practically the ATLANTA Montevideo to 1L, H. Thornton. best, if not dangerous. It cheapens your property and .men I T. G. YATES M. D., .
for ,
, same as that of other witnesses Alfhild. Swed bk. Svensen. 1332.::: Dur- .
defense'who .preceded'him. ban to master aces your safety. Save money by building" a handsome : .
Witness saw some trouble between i Andrea Nor bk. Quale, 114 Durban to .durable concrete walk that enhances your values, f Optician. 4 1
MONDAY, NOV. 26th.SOng master. cqts out accident and damage risks and is .a continual.
Gallagher and a Bulgarian. They Campbell Nor bit Hausken. 1100. 306 Thiesen :
in the office the Hungarian had I Stavanger to McK. Oerting & Co. source of satisfaction. I Building. :
were ; shove and Galla- I Chacma, Nor bk, Jorgensen. 557 Well build you a sidewalk that will be properly laid of Twenty years' experience as an Eye: 'I
given Gallagher a Fleetwood to order. the best materials,. and put down under the personal supervision i SpecialUt. Examination free. i' '
gher had resented it by striking him Hereford. Nor bk. Jensen. 13SO, P.osarlo
UsufACTuRtes of who knows how.' Well the work
a man guarantee
heard to order.
the head. Witness had not OOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOO
E'STILt.s
on
RecitaliuIianWa1ker had Hetmdal, Nor bk.. Hensen, 1354, Hullto and keep it in repair. The price reasonable.. Call 'Phone
Gallagher curse the man; neither order. ) L. C. PHILLIPS
IUR111l 14SS. Ph. M. 4
he heard Gallagher say:. "1'll teach I : .. Humberto. Span. bk. 1111, Battle. Havana .' g ,
The Bulgarian to order. Homeopathic. R '
you to run awar. 61J : :
Isabel Browne Rus bk. LJndqulst, 1231.
thereafter went. to dinner. Hull to master. !So PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. :C '
Witness knew "Square Head;" his Kink Oscar II. Nor bk. Johnson. 752, Pensacola Cement Stone Company I'10 Office and Residence 12 N. Palafox. S :
hair had been shaved off in a cross on Rosario. to A. Zelius. Hours:9to11a.m.,1to5pm. c(. !! .
Lilla, Nor ble. Aanonsen, 1030. Santosto
top of his head; he was known to order. I Phone 65. .
witness asSign of the Cross." LIuis. Uruguayan bk. Lopez 700, Havana S. J. ooooooooooooooooo ooooooo :
to order. Harvey, Manager. I .
Eminent! American asso. Cross Examination.On Maria, Ger bk, French, 1922, Kings Frederick Aucfetd. F. M. Blount. $

cross examination witness could Lynn to master. -.- -a- _. ,,- AUSFIELD & BLOUNT '1 .
not why the Bulgarian had [sJfl.MARKETREPORT. Marina Madre, Ital bk Simonetta, __
say -
order.
146$. Genoa to '
WEHRMANN shoved Gallagher. Gallagher had been Mecca. Nor bk. Ellefsen. 335 Hamburgto 1 Architects .
HENRI in English A. Zelius .- '
the Bulgarian
speaking to .
312-314 Brent Bldg., 43 Moses BidsMontgomery $
1123 East
Nor bk Ojerdsen -
Negpore I
Violin SoloistFERDINAND before the trouble occurred; witnesswas London to A. Zelius. -- Pencacola Fla. Ala. 4. '
the only one who saw the Olivari Ital bk. Costa Genoa to or-
trouble. Witness said he had spoken der. I WM. A. BORMANS : r. '
with no one relative to the trouble Pallas. Nor bk. Johnson 1219, Plymouth DON'T SPEND ALL YOUR ,
Zelius
to A.
DUNKLEY
Y H
between Gallagher and the Bulgarian- Superb, Nor t>k. Cllch, 1934<<, Antwerpto Architect and Superintendent .
Pianist. until he came to court. A. Zelius & Co. Office-305 Brent Building. ,
Witness had left the train on the NAVALSTORES.Savannah Schooners. EARNINGSIf Phone 823. Pensacola, Fla.
Clara E. Rand 863, CaIbar-
way from Savannah to Lockhart, at Ga.. Nov. 21.-The naval ien Cuba to J.-fl.Mb& Co. -
Ft. Valley, Ga., as he had been prom- stores market closed to-day as follows: Donna Christina, Am sen, McLeod. 165,

Greatest array of musical ised a better job, but had returned SVW ................................7 00 Belize to master.Br %801 St. Lucie do will wealth. SECRET .SOCIET IE S. .
Domlra sen. Reddle never amass
talent ever assembled in Pen- voluntarily the next morning with kVG ._...................................6 ;50N / to master. you you

la. nine others; he said they were not .::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.550c 6 00M Havana Freddie to Heucken master. Am sob, Bryant, 475. The foundation of all fortunes has been laid Pensacola PENSACOLA Lodge.LODGE.No. 3. NO.K. 3.of P. ".'

sac- brought back by force. Witness had ...................................5 00 with the saving habit. Get started now and meets every Monday evening at 7:30 f
never seen any of the bosses carryinga J[ .........4 40 I o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall f
Regular sale of tickets atCoe's. I H ..........................4 10 to,4 15 Sells More of Chamberlain's: Cough over Pou'3 stab, West Intendencia St. rt
gun. :a....t.....................395to400 Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
Friday, Nov. 23. On redirect examination witness F .........................390 to 395 Remedy than of All Others Put Deposit Money Our Savings E. H. DENNA.RD. C. C. I r
stated that he had. returned to the R .............................385to390L \ Together.Mr. IL HORSLER, K. of R. & & .
Late train for Warrington I cars at .r t. Valley because the man L> ...................................3 80
and Barrancas. who offered them work was not a responsible C...................................3 80 Thos. George a merchant at Department DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. %4'
ML Elgin, Ontario says: "I have had Naomi Lodge. No. 10. Daughters of
The had torn
party. men Spirits Turpentine 67 cents.
the local agency for Chamberlain'sCough Rebecca meets every Monday night at .
i up their contracts at Fort Valley and Pensacola Cotton Market. Remedy every since It was In- S o'clock in L O. O. F. halL Visiting ; .
all traveled under assumed names. The following Pensacola cotton Quotations It will begin to earn you more money from sisters cordially Invited to be present. -i 4
Florida and Alabama are furnished by S. P. O'Conor & troducei into Canada, and I sell as MRS :J. T. PULLIAM. N. O. J' f- ,
Harry Halverson. Co. F. O. B. cotton brokers, Pensacola, much of it as I do of all other linesI -tire-day of deposit. Four per cent. interest MRS. HATTIE NEVILLE Sec. i-

; Harry Halverson" known to the men Florida Good[: Middling: ........................10 U have on my ,shelves put together.Of paid.: RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30. ,
LAND COMPANY as "Big Harry, stated that he was Strict Middling.......................104 the many dozens sold under guarantee i Rathbone Lodge. K> <>. 30. KnUbta of
an employee of the Jackson Lumber Middling ...............................10 I have not had one bottle re- Pythias meets every Thursday night at ..
Manufacturers olaad Co.. and had been working for the I Strict Low :Middling .................9% turned. I can personally recommendthis Castle HalL Members of sister lodges S .
found the Low middling' 0.......;....;............9 and visiting brethren cordially Invited '
He
Dealers la since May. I have used it
company medicine as myself to attend. J. M. ROPER C. C. .
LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES accommodations good. Witness said I and given it to my children and C. J. LEVEY. K R. & S. *
AND KLN.DRIEO: SAP. the men could go and come as they :' Elegant premiums givenfor always with. the best results.. For. FIRST NATIONAL BANK

pleased and that there was no restraint pink 'tickets "in Obelisk sale. by all druggists. !>I. E. B. A. No. $1. meets first aM J'.'
third Wednesday evenings at 3
Witness had I
of any character. flour. Ratlurd Hall. Xo. 10. West Intentencla.street. ,
acted as watchman while the regularman The quality of Jackson Square OF PENSACOLA. FLA. A. O FELL. Pros. i
COFFEEIAN'S was away and was put on at an- Coffee is guaranteed. If it does not J. L. SWEENEY. Secy. ,f ,- !
other time to discover where some JOINT MEETING OF give you perfect satisfaction your I Designated Depositary of the United States. l
PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4, I. O. O. F.
-"" will refund Ita cost. t
stolen goods had been hidden. One WOODMEN OF WORLDA grocer Pensacola Lodge. No. 4. I. O. F. ,
acr
of the men he had been set to watch W. H. Knowles President W. K. Hyer Jr., VIce-Presldent and Cashier meets every Thursday evening T16 '. tnt

[ FAMOUS BLEND. was called "Stoney," and the other joint meeting of Live Oak Camp Obelisk Flour has all the Thos. .W'. Brent Ass't Cashier.. W. N. Roberts, Ass't Cashier. I streets.the new Visiting hail on brethren Belmont cordially and Baylen In- I -

Whitey." and Hickory Camp Woodmen of the merits of all other good flour Directors-F. C. Brent, W.A. Blount, W. IL Knowles W. K. Slyer Jr.. vited. R R. W1TKOVSKY. N. Q. s I-
Cross Examination.On World will be held Sunday afternoon D. G. Brent. I A. KERLE. SecretaryW.

"EVERY CUP'S A CUP OF JOY." cross examination witness said at 3 o'clock to arrange for the entertainment and merit of its own besides. --- .. O. W. \ -

his regular business was to grease of the visiting grand sorer'eigns Look for pink tickets in -- Live Oak Camp No.1. W. O W.,
and repair cars. Witness said he was meets in 1'ythian hall the 1st and are .'

A Few of the Many Who Use and not placed on watch to prevent the F. E. COMMYNS, S. C. packages. Wednesdays! cordially In each Invited.month. VlsIUnjtivereigns I .

Recommend It. men from leaving the cars. He did C. J. OERTING, Clenc. F. A. BocracH, C. c. ; .
not know that the men in questionwere W. H. LANGFORD, S. C. C.W.U RPresident JOHN PFEIFFER AsSistant Ca 'hiar. LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.
Kandv Kitcher Kompany. City. ever carried before Gallagher 'L.' E. BROOKS. Clerk. MANY MEW II.E.CUKK.Yici-Proident: and Cashier. J.W.ANDREWS.Assistant Cashier. -
--
2. -
Nick Apostle, No. City. -
O'!:eola Club City. and sentenced to work upon the rail- nov224t.
Caf Nonpareil City. road. Witness knew all the bosses: THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Legal Advertisements. t i
r M.C.A.. CitvKlondike. s Gallagher was superintendent; Bel- New Orleans is celebrated for its SUITS FILED -
City ,
.Cafe. ,i linger was foreman under him; An- coffee. Jackson Square Is the coffee '
Cafe Royal City. t. from New Orleans. Try it. If not OF FL*
PEJVS4COL4
W. L. Bell City. '. gelo had charge of the work on the NOTICE OF SALE OF ITALIAN 4:
Jno H MuUoy. Citjfcillis. ,. railroad and Fager was a boss of satisfied, your grocer will refund its House
L. \\ City cost. IN THE OFFICE OF Opera Building. "
Gus Uttzen. City. some kind also. Witness could not YESTERDAY BARK "OLIVARI. 4J ;
H F. UeBroux. Navy Tard.Ms. say whether the men played sick or DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
Premiums THE CLERK OF THE CIRCUIT The Italian bark Ohvarl" her bull i
II, Tate. City not. He could not say that any of given away.
Mr Walker Willis, Montgomery, Ala. STOCK $200,003. SURPLUS $6 .60a. masts and rigging 5 anchors K shacklea ,(
Mr*. Jas F. Hart. Athens Ga.Mr the men carried a revolver and stated Look for pink tickets in Obe- COURT. CAPITAL of chains spars. 23 sails, 5 boat, one 8'i
.
Joe Grant. City.C. that he had never seen a revolver DIRECTORS. rronometer. 3 compasses. S bolts Italian ;
J. Oerting. Ctty. upon any ot the bosses. lisk Flour packages.Real will linen be canvas sold at new auction and In old different ropes. lots etc., r '

f.1 McK.. Oertmg. City. Witness said be never helped whipa suit filed Henry L, Covlngton, Frank Rellly F. E. Brawner, it 10 o'clock a. m., Saturday, November | .
W Coons City. had be Estate Transfers. The following new were W. 8, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar board said vessel, the west
PI'ou.! Navy Yard. man at the camp; neither of J, M. Pf lffer, 14th on on ;
T D RendalJ. City.B assisted in any whipping while in the Following Is a list of the real estate yesterday in the office of the clerk Bryan Dunwody T. F. frtcGourln, J. R. Saunders, aide of )lus gee wharf G. ,B.Pensacola CAFIERO, P1*. .i 'Mi

Walter Oity. S i the Pensacola Abstract Co. N. CouSournlc vs. L. & N.
Lahgford : Marie W. L. Cattthon. Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Oerting I"nov7t '
McLauchlin. l.'l
C.
_
Theo. Ingraham. CltyJo W. DEEDS. R.; R. Co., a corporation damages J10- C. p.t. Covinglon. M- E. Clark.
Collins, .Qgty. W. C. VIcLauchlio, of Florala, Ala., Ella Stockinger to E. S. Swift-Lots 11 000; Avery & Avery, attorneys for Alex McGowIn, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. I .
Joe Albert Roth Riera City. / was called by defense and interro, and and 18.other In block valuable 147.considerations.New City Tract$! plaintiff. Jiltty ieiciitUicskr not ttJUO, JU0 ted JS.M the year rrintt apartment Notice Is hereby gives to creditors legatees I '
distributees, and an other
!.I'r;. \\. S. Garfield Cltj gated by Attorney Flournoy. Mr. Me- Jos H. James to Samuel ChI\TIf'8-Lob Leslie E. Brooks vs. Geo. E. Bredt, in connection for the convenience of customers. having claims or demands against persona the '
1:jss Utile Taylor, City. Laucblin said he bad been in the lumber 52. 23, 24 and :5, and south % of,21, block damages $500; L. E. Brooks attorneyfor estate of Mary Bauer, deceased to present
James Mrs Ella bcholls.Stockinger City., City. business for 40 years and that themna 4. Belmont Tract-$1000 and other \alua-. plaintiff. Four percent Interest Paid on Time Deposits. the some to the undersigned within 1 t !

I>r Thos. Mitchell. City. .......".... nt. UtA Jaclcgan Lumber Co. ble considerations. Theis vs. Willie Corner, two (2) years from this date. November I. .
.1'''' -- ------- Maggie 1, 1906. C. F. BAUER. 4. ,
WIlL Warren. City. were the best he had ever seen. He replevin, damages $350; Blount & Administrator cum testamento annexe': f ; t
And others too numerous to mention .
.
had lived at Florala about 8 years but Blount, attorneys for plaintiff. novloawSw : -1 ]

had heard nothing about any ill treat- Maggie Theis, as administratrix of

WEST FLORIDA ment at the camp until be had read ot estate of N. E. Theis vs. N. Berlin,
BANK
it in a Pensacola newspaper. replevin damages $:::00; Blount & THE CITIZENS NATIONAL EVENSVILLE ; r

STEAM BAKERYN. Cross Examination.On Blount, attorneys for plaintiff.J. .
cross examination witness said A. Merritt et al vs. Western PENSACOLAA .

McK. he was in the turpentine and saw mill Union Telegraph Co. damages $1.800; General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and ConservativeBasis. TERRE HftUTERAILROAD ,(.;.
Oerting, Prop.SOLE business. His trip to the camp was Blount & Blount, attorneys for plain .

HANDLERS FOR CITY. made since reports of conditions f l' :
there had been made in the papers tiff.Wicke & Co. \61| G. M. McDonald Correspondence Solicited"R. M. Bushnell. Cashier.

Phone 242. No. 8 SoalhJPalafoi: StreetSCARRrrFlttORENO. and was for the purpose of making an with Hartford Fire Insurance Co., I LINE TO 4
such conditions. damages $200: Thos. Peb- THE DIRECT
r: examination Into garnishees, ; ;
Witness knew Menekee and Judge Icy, attorney for plaintiffs. l r
James Johnson. but did not know !. : J. Whiting Hyer vs. Mary A. Griffin CHICAGOand

SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.Agent about the cases of Crura, Barsota and I. et al, bill for partition; Blount & Pensacola Improvement Bonds
for Di bold Safe and Lock Co.,others. Witness had never heard of Blount, attorneys for plaintiff.The City of all points in the .j

Office and s5h-&ht. Gov. St Menekee catching any men or having I DenomiAatiOfl $1 000.00 each. Dated January lIt. 1906. Maturing January lrt i iJi
r_ been sent after men wno had left the best for the money-Jackson 1936 Redeemable Jan. 1st. 1926. Interest Payable Seml.An"ually.W North 'andNorthwest. I
THESE BONDS' SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE,
Put, up in air tight OFFER FOR SALE
Coffee.
service of the Jackson Lumber Co. I Square IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER. I .
what be 1, 2 and 4 pound tins. Absolutely
and knew nothing excepting
had read in the Pensacola papers. guaranteed to satisfy the most fasti- The Peoples Bank of Pensacola Exceptionally Low Rouni- t t {

The Witness had beard of Menekee us-i dious taste." Trip Rates to all Summer ;4.1 ;' :'
Ironyof ing bloodhounds on one occasion NOTICE. Pensacola Fla.
,
when he was searching for a man There will M a special. Tourist Points. -'fi' ; t
had killed another at Lockhart meeting of Mt. Uoreb. R.
'
A Chapel. No. 6, on Fri- r1 ','! I
Fateis W. F. Martin. dav the 23rd inst. at D. H. Hillman S. L. Roger"t' -! .; .
W. F. Martin of Laurel Hill, stat The Well Dressed Man 7:30 P. InBy order of" G. P. & T. A. .. ,, '- !" ) t

ed that he was a minister. He know WEARS"FlatIron 1!.W.P.E. ANDERSON .. Evansville. Indo Nashville Ten. '.. .. :1" .
of the Jackson LumberCo. ., 1
the location Secretary.CREW "
certainly bad laundry and often visited them. lIe I --4 t

work. You can avoid all stated camps that 'the accommodations and Brand. the NOTICE.Captain. Owners Calcimo: Add Cold Water! and UseJust NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. :<<:< f

food at the camps were good. After TROUSERS nor Neither agents of the German I As all kicks registered in this office ; f i :s _'. t
such by having your he had heard stories about ill-treat. The have that Snu a steamer Adtlheid Mantel will for failure of dellrerr of the .{., 4

laundry done by the ment of the men witness made Inquiries the-Waist. Made-to-Ord: High-tn.Fit be responsible by the for crew debts of con-laidvessel. the thing for calcemining the walls of paper are charged up to the carriers lr-- L. ;
tracted .
and found only one man who No tailor could. make better JURCENSEN, It is desirous that subscribers be .fI :-> t
claimed to have been mistreated in trousers. Captain. rooms, etc. In 12 shades or tints and at 10 qnitd certain that the paper tag not 'i I ; 4

The any manner. Sold in Pensacola by ROBERT TUCMLER & CO., Agenta. cents a pound.Sounders been delivered before registering mica j ;i i. ,
Star SteamLaundry WHITE &. NIX, CLOTHIERS, tick:. 3 -; t
Cross Examination. NOTICE.a ,
Martin 29 South Palafox St. CREW the Captain owners L At times complaints comes la from r : t
Mr.
On cross examination had asked MADE BY : Neither nor consignees of the Br ssRbodesian. !bouses at which we are certain ths !y.:;1 : !
Trammel
stated that 'Dr. will be responsiblefor Mill Company paper has been delivered and this it .. i.s f I

\ 37 E. Garden St Phone 114 him camps.to Witness make, ihe had Inspection not seen foreigners of the- BLOCH BROS. HILPATRICK![ crew debts of said contracted vesseL B. PBCR.by the Phone 717. 21 .East Cartfen .,,.*.,. I obviously do not get unjust the paper to the..c want fcoyg. to If know JOt r.':: .

Pensacola, Fla. passing through Laurel Hill, as 17-19 Waverly Place, New York. GULF TRANSIT CO.'nsignee Captain U. but pl>ase be ce-ta.n. 4.::' I".j f

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PAGE EIGHT. THE PENSACOLA_ JOURNAL, THURSDAY' MORNING, NOVEMBER 22 906.
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--- T. It Takes More ''ACTS DO NOT I Reefers Mufflers, ,






i p.rye Than Just CONSTITUTfPUNACE y. Seasonable



t' ; Good Cloth SweatersHat



\ t.' i to make good clothes, Happiness

,; r%, t and that's where clothes

x i o aaN. bearing the label of "The (Continued from Seventh Page.) ; : i| Shirts in Smart Society

r I- '''? jr'" v% John White Store" take i,the lived some distance from the rail-

the lead-workmanship I road. The information he secured at I s-rC) \ ., j
I[the camps was principally derived
; as well as fabric. The !from the bosses. I THE HABERDASHER

best tailors in. America Attorney Flournoy announced that I
[there were but two or three more witnesses -
i 222 S. Palafox.KNOWLES
3 .
make them, and our l to be heard for defense and I I

as.g prices make you wonder ,[court adjourned until 2:30 p. m. ;I i -.
Afternoon Session.
how we can sell them at !

I 1%, ;<
It's the big number of [ tine department? of the Jackson Lumber -! .
f Co., was called. He stated that!I If fri' / LIFE, ACCIDENT, MARIN
: sales, and not the big f he had been in the employ of the como: /I1\4\ General Agents of
f pany for four years. He said the i
each sale that
.. : profit on The EquitableLIFE
I treatment of the men was good; non!
: !: counts here. Take a )had been mistreated or forced tu I Ij ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NW

look at our $15100 and j i work against their wilL At the log, YORK.
i camp the conditions were the same as I I Iz. 309 South Palafox Street
suits. ;
: $16.50 at the turpentine camp. '!

< Mr. Lamata knew Laninger, but did;i
;. 'not know when he came to the camp; j: Beautify Your
THE Laninger worked at the turpentine]jt

\. 4t J 50? t camp. When:! Laninger left he came,, ..
to Pensacola with the rice consul from I l t t Y'l
JOHN WHITE STORE New York. Laninger, with several fir DE i ED L' e"Schloss Dining Room

others, had returned to camp after I ''
& Co
Bros.
leaving and getting as far as the Es-
SPECIALISTS IN MEN'S AND
cambia trestle. Through one of the
BOYS' WEAR. Fine Clothes Makers
men who spoke English the men had forThanksgiving
Phone 252. 209-207 S. Palafox.Don't I asked to be given employment and u 4N I Baltimore end NewYorll

Lamata had told them that they could -
I remain at the camp until they could

find something else to do. Witness OFTEN
A FELLOW DOESN'T BUY AN OVERCOAT
could not say if Laninger had left the
!camp before that time but had heard

I' that he asking had. him Witness to meet received Hilton a message at- and when he does, h should get the best article obtainable for his money. IB I The best and cheapest:;\?;

: You Worry i! Crestview, but had not gone. Witness OfS! I When you buy an Overcoat, Top Coat, or Cravenette, with Schloss Bros.' way to do this is to let

|J sent what Huggins wanted.to Crestview to find out name in it, you have a guarantee beyond question that it is the best that I us frame some of those
j was Witness saw Lan-
About Your Holiday Goods. : I inger two or three days after that at money arid skill can produce. We have an excellent line of this world- pictures you have. Al-

I the turpentine camp.back Witness did not u famous make now on our counters at prices ranging from $12.50 to $22.50. most any picture will
; bring Laninger and had nothing
I have anything need in bicycles I ito do with bringing him back. Two u Also a handsome line of Suits, $15 to 35. Trousers from Si to $12.50.7iil T look well in one of our
you
[
turpentine camps were operated by lUOf frames.
the be pleased to show you. Call on us to-day.
guns, rifles, ammunition, company one near the log camp
f[and the other about four miles dis-
fishing-tackle, athletic goods ,tennis !' tant; the camps were under the su- Watson Parker & Reese Con .
pervasion of separate men. Witness ,
The Gem Book Store
goods, automobiles, wagons, veloc- worked directly under Mr. Harlan; and ,
33 35 S. Palafox St. "Everything to Wear.
: nil j
> Gallagher had charge of the log department -
footballs
ipedes, phonographs, I ; there was no connection C. JOHNSON, Prop.

: Typewriters, and Everything, at i between the two.Cross Phone 235. 18 S. P lafox.I .


prices to suit the poor man's purse.- I f On cross examination Examination.by District .naL "Lots of the people around there volver and it was returned to him at train at Crestview. Previous to the I

Call in.and see what we have. I Attorney Sheppard witness stated 'take The Journal," said witness. Williams the station by the blacksmith. Witness time he met Hilton at Crestview witness -'I I
i i[ that the turpentine and Jog camps did not know why he had been stated that he had told Huggins had not met him for several daysIn BOOKS[
[ were camps operated by the Jackson brought to Pensacola to testify; a Mr. the fellow, Lanmger was there but fact he did not know anything
I Lumber Co. Huggins had been in poor Strauss had told him to come and he had said nothing further. Witness about him. The only one so far as I

F. B. BRUCE ,I health and was not working at thei had done so. < said he was not looking for the Ken- witness knew, who was aware that he I New supply of Tlghtias Chant;' tie
time the message from Hilton was received C: C. Hilton. tuckians, but for Powell, the boarding was going to Crestview, was Mr. "first seller." ,
t i and, as he was the only idle C. (X: Hilton one of,the defendantsin house keeper, when he started for Lamata. Witness had not conspired J Here and are very some popular fine books; lately published -

I man Lamata sent him to meet Hiltonat the case at bar, was next called to Crestview; Witness did not know to arrest Laninger and bring him]i Tracer of Lost Person by RoM W.
The Sporting Goods Man Crestview. After. Huggins returned the stand. He said he was an em what Huggins came to Crestview for back to Lockhart 1! Chambers.
I witness first saw him at or near :ployee of the Jackson Lumber Co., and could not say whether he had Witness said he had taken Buck-,,I Richard Elliott Financier by ''; :;:>r,:"

| the log camp; he and Huggins lived i and was a woods'rider, at the turpen- gone back to Lockhart or not. Witness ley and "Square Head" to Georgia:; he Subjection Carling. of Isabel Carnaby, by t. .er. T.
I near together. It may have been at tine camp.Witness. denied having been Instructed by had done this upon request of Mr. Lai Fowls 0
Huggins's house where witness first :i knew Rudolf+Laninger' and the sheriff of Walton county to "leave mata who wanted to get rid of them. Max Faryu., by Owen Johnson. ,
No Friend Like ROM tCarr.
a Sister br
saw him. Huggins had not turned first met him between the turpentinecamp those men alone. The cross examination Witness was not working for the .
form one of the requirement of life. over a man to him to return, to the : and Crestriew; witness did not ; was severe and witness apparently son Lumber Co. at Ui wt time but Jack'i Caroline Lee. by Lilian Ben-
Yours will always be clean if you camp. Laninger was pointed out to know whether had been working at had but a poor recollectionof recruiting labor for sotne Sir Nigel A. Conan Doyle's latest
Olean I Clothes I I send them to witness'as the man who had run away i.the camp before that or not. Witness what had occurred and was tangledup Georgia. The boys, he said, disappeared Rosemary Williamsons in ,Search just out.of a .Father by te

The New Method Laundry and had been brought back from !said some articles had been stolen several times in the- course of his after reaching Georgia. He Little White Bird. by Barrie-the book
Crestview. Witness did not know i examination. He was anything but a had not told them to say they were from which Peter Pan was tak.r.
PHONE 1186 E. w. LAWREN Prop. eeeMeth.dLauedrf8ldt. W. HOlIAn SI at the camp and that Jhe boys would
AGENTS WANTED. that Hilton had left the camp until not go to work unless, the articles good witness for the defense.On traveling for their health if ques-
} the received. redirect examination by Attorney'Loftin tioned. Witness had not the
message was found. Two Kentuckians seen
____ ________ __,__ were were accused HARRY T. HOWLAND
:.-- 0 Witness had met the Austro-Hun- of the stealing. Several of the witness said he had been boys after they left him in Lumber

,44.................... ............................: garian vice consul when the latter foreigners had procured guns and had drinking at Crestview. He met a City. Manager, De Luna Book Store,
f reached the camp and the eonsul had friend and with him drank a bottle of Cross Examination.The .
been shooting Sunday. These
on De Luna St. Phone 143L
asked to see Austrian and Hungarian whiskey. Witness then admitted that cross examination
things were told witness on Monday was conducted
i laborers. Witness had told the con- ,morning and he tried to learn where he had been drunk and had but an by District Attorney Sheppard and -
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I Gas For Lighting I It sul that he would not pay off the the thieves had gone. When witness indistinct recollection of what had oc in reply to questions witness stated I
men whom the consul wanted to take, I.reached Laurel Hill he was told that curred thereafter.S. that, be had taken 18 negroes to Ha-f A NEW DISCOVERYFor
i and finally the accounts against the !several foreigners had passed E. Huggins.S. zelhurst and had taken the two boys;
men were settled up the consul offering through; it was then that he tele- B. Huggins, one of the defend Ion C to Lumber City. Lamata had told 1; Mending Torn Garment Without
to pay any indebtedness owing to ants in the case at bar, was next witness he could have the Sewing or Showing. Did it Ever Hap
Lamata CrestriewrWitness
graphed to come to negroes: pen to You'Aeeidently
t t Gives a bright steady soft,and radiant light the all called and was examined by Attorney
company by the men; nearly started for Crestview but and boys as they were "surplus la-f tear yeur garment XV t
t : -more nearly like daylight than lighting : I of the men however, had money due missed the- road and cut across an- Loftin. He said he resided at Brox- bor;" the first time witness had I did you do? Welt you took a needle J.
:1 any 1 them from the company.. ether to reach the road that ran along ton. Ga., and had been working for the seen the boys was at the turpen1tine tried to sew it together after whk '
known. Inverted incandescent : On redirect examination Jackson Lumber Co. leaving their em- was unsatisfactory. The garment v. ',
t agency witness He said !
.the railroad. While on this cross road camp. a negro I ruined and you tear it *"&Y'. That's
f :| gas lamp, put up for $1.50. Large 300-can- : stated that he had nothing to do with witness came upon four or five men ploy on June 3. Huggins stated that brought the boys and 18 negroes to'' result Mr MAGIC 1IENDKR mends car
bringing any Germans back and forcing lying under a tree. All run and tookto he had gone to Crestview about July him at a station; he had cot gone I kind of garment without sewing eocan't \ .
.i dIe power gas arc lamp for stores or halls : them to work. Witness had loned the woods. One stumbled and fell 24 for Mr. Lamata. Lamata said to through the woods at night with the mailed tell with they fail were instructions ever torn.on Pa r.-I...'.t

1 put up for $7.00.Pensacola. : Laninger money and the latter had and when he regained his feet came witness that a message had been received -bos.11 had gone on the train. of 15 cents toM.
e paid it back on the next day the from Hilton at Crestview and
; toward witness pointing toward Lock- Reverting again to the matter at M. FEIXGOLD.P.
money Laninger said, was to be sent asked witness to go and see what Crestview witness stated ,
-, : : hart. Witness did not want the man I that he had .
wanted. Witness reached Crest- O. Box 353. Penucota.: Fla.
home to his wife. was
motioned the
to accompany him, but finally took man to board the train;
Gas Witness knew Buckley and "SquareHead' :him to Crestview, where witness view during'a storm; he met Hilton i witness had paid the fare of Laainger ----I
: : Company \ there and the latter asked for Lama t
and had tried to get rid of asked a blacksmith if the man could I and had never: been reimbursed.
them. Witness said Buckler was a remain there for a short time. Witness -'I ta as he wanted to see him. Hilton!
: Phone 148. 24 and 27 Garden Street. t trouble maker and that he had told stayed at Crestview until he had I then said: "Here's a man who wants I r W. S. Harlan. I
..................-.................t...+........... ,, Huggins to get rid of them"if possi- supper. Laninger was left with the to go back with you. Witness and! W. S. Harlan. general manager of

o ____ ._ ble; as Huggins was soon going to blacksmith until train time, when he I Laninger then got on the car and;the Jackson Lumber Co. was canea toi
his home in Georgia to entice the saw Laninger and several others who Huggins paid the fare of both. Upon the'stand'and interrogated by Attorney -:
boys to go with him if he could. came In'on the train .and Huggins reaching Florala witness started for: Loftin. lIe stated that be had';
Witness knew McGinnis and said he asked what Hilton wanted of Lamata. Lockhart with Laninger, who was f been general manager since 190:.!
had been a trouble maker from the Nothing was said about Laninger except -taken to the turpentine camp and'There were 'departments of the company -1 c

F.j E NOT A QUESTION start; he had stolen tobacco and other possibly that there was a man given lodgings for the night" .In" 'the- each under separate supefinte&-
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_u things on the trip south and had there who wanted to go back to Lock- morning Laninjrer writn dants. The superintendants were em-j, r
,\ thrown greasy waste at a Hungarian; hart i i and witness saw him. last standing ployed by Mr. Harlan, as were some!;
witness had kicked McGinnis from near the comnls-}. ir.i-- .-* u.j of the office force; he had noilr.ng toi
OF MONEY I!the steps of the car and after that had Witness had a revolver buckled! not know that Hilton was going to I ido with employing others. Witness
he
around him at the time was
;
no more trouble. Crestview. Hilton when met by witness had nothing to do directly with the)
Witness was armed and had a pis- frightened when the man came toward at Crestview appeared to be icartps' but often rode through them:)
I him in the road and could not say;I II
i if he
drunk. |
'te tol at the time be came from Savannah revolver saw anything wrong he called
a Being well-dressed is nota with the men. Witness made it whether Witness he had drawn said he the had not j]I I I Witness said he had not forced the 1 the attention of the proper superior i
not.
or
; question of spending a a practice to carry a pistol and it 'was asked the blacksmith to hold the man.I I man to accompany him and bad usedno i tendent to it Mr. Harlan said he had!1I
the practice of the other bosses at the I threats; had just motioned to "it.ness never entered into any conspiracy to!
he Hilton) I
+ F lot of it's but had told him that ( when he about to board the arrest and hold
,
money; a question camp to carry revolvers. The pistol was one Rudolph Laninger -[!
would the bill if Laninger was
". of going to the right witness said, was carried solely for given something pay eat Witness had in fact did not know the man.! A PERCECT CUTThere
self-protection. -- ---- -- ;Witness never knew there was a man!
'
under arrest,
place to buy clothes. D. A. Williams.D. not placed Laninger Ion the pat roll named Hilton 'until
your a! for make
to s
neither had he forced the man accompany some cxi"r'c'
-. Most any store can sell you A. Williams colored, an employee him; Laninger had followed DON'T SHIVER I short time ago. He knew Huggins, ing eyes at our assortment of
.., *" of the Jackson_Lumber Co., J but had no knowledge whatever of his j Woolens.
a suit for most any price, testified that conditions etc, at the witness Witness to stated Crestview.that he had never I I j trip to Crestview 'at the time Laning-;I Its very much out of the or-
._ good ana that he had I ALL WINTERJust er was returned. Witness said he '
but when ,it conies to suit camps were forced a man to work azainst his will; I held had, dinary.
heard complaints. lie had seen no never any man at the
no
': neither had he threatened any man. because your blood Is in an impoverished -I camps Characterized by quality extent '
: quality and a quality suit, ill-treatment and had heard of none. against his will or ordered I Ij
He did not carry a pistol at the camp condition. Take a dose of the Bit' any man I and variety-!because of
He stated that the colored: school at i tars before each meaL It will assist the to be so held. There was no
14k have of cross ex the
woods he of operations.
r ; ', you our guarantee i Lockhart received $lS0 from but did carry it in the as stomach in its work of digestion, make j amination. scope our
per year considered it necessary. plenty of rk-h. warm blood and prevent I j Our endeavor being to focus
"Money Back If Not Satis- I'I | With the Manager
f- the for its support.On examination of
company Witness said he had sent for Lama Chill and Cods.! j the attention of the greater:
factory." cross examination Williams said ta to meet him at Crestview as La: Harbin defense!! rested its case and the number of good dres.sers with
t. he was a preacher, but was not calledto mata was his boss and he had no authority Hosteller'sSlomach !;government called due regard for the varying Incomes -
t xt There isn't a style or preach at Lockhart. He had never to leave the camp without his Charles Haas. of a cosmopolitan com-

f' i t: fabric missing that's new seen anyone whipped or misused and consent. Witness did not know Mr. Bittersalso I Haas was examined by Attorney munity.
never heard of anyone running away him until And the other hand THK:
Harlan and had never seen Reese. He said he irate on
i or fashionable, and everyone until M read it in The Pensacola JourHow's just before starting for Pensacola to cures Dyspepsia Indigestion COSo when Emil Lesser at the camp I PERFECT CUT of our Ga
was there but had
tivenecs. Female Ills. Biliousness. Flatu I
k \ desirable and depend- attend the trial. Neither Lamata nor lency and Malaria. Try it to-day. 'been afraid to tell him of conditions I ments impresses thinking m "
Harlan knew that witness had left the 'at the camp as Angelo, the with the fact that we know our
able.: $8, $10, $12.50, $15: This? camp. was standing near by. foreman business-and know it wellIsn't

$16.50 and up to $27.50. Witness denied the conversation On cross examination this the kind of serviceyou're
witness
; We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewardfor denied -
> S any case of Catarrh that cannot be testified to by witness Rhodes as haVe Coal and WoodWe :[ that he had told Mr. Lesser any- looking for
I cured by Hair Catarrh Cur. Ing taken place at Laurel Hill in the ;thing regarding the conditions at the
4 ,F.the J.undersigned CHENEY have CO. known Toledo F.aWe J. course of which Hilton Is alleged to 'camp; "Square Head" had told Lesser; Suits Tailored to Taste
I Cheney for the last 15 years and believe have said that he had treed the men deliver Ice. Coal, Charcoal and that he had been mistreated. !!
\ ; H.O.ANSON him perfectly honorable In all business in_'a swamp. Wood anywhere in the city. We can 1 I was not present. Buckley I $20 to $50.
and financially able to .
carryout
i Copyright 1906 I transactions any made by his firm. Cross Examination.On supply! you In any quantity and our Witness was firm in hIs testimony
The
Hogs of witness stat-
KuppwibvMS \VALDINQ. K1XXAN &: MARVIN, cross examination service to always prompt. regarding the fear he felt for Angelo
.: CASH Wholesale Druggists Toledo. O. ed that, after he had seen' Lamata, it Steam and Domestic Coal. and the most rigid
CLOTHIER acting HalTs directly Catarrh upon Cure the is taken blood internally and mucous -, was his intention to visit his children Wood Cut Any Size. Attorney Loftin failed questioning to make him by DRICKETT, PERSON 6 TARDXER
'
surfaces of the vystem. Testimonials who live near Sneada. Witness wentto change his statement In any particu 1 TAILORS U Brent UBuiiding
CORNER PAUFOX AND MAIN sent free. Price 75 cents per bottle. a hotel at Crestview and forgot all E., G. SEWALL lar.Count (Incorporated.,
Sold by an druggists. [about Laninger until he saw him at.tte I then
Take HaJT Family Pills for conatipa- adjourned unto $::0 FRANK B. GARDNER Man::::'
patton. -"- -'- -0_' dejot.WJtaess 14 1** W* l? Phone 614.363. 26 N. Tarragona o'clock this morning.,j -



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