The Pensacola journal
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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 23, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
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THE WEATHER: Fair Friday and, Saturday; light to fresh northeast winds. .

I Get with readers in 25,000 touch daily WantAdi VLb'If J eniIa II Gilt t ft TheJournal".av.erage-- -- Daily- for-- -Circulation the- 5 5,048J- J \ a4' ;i '

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Says We Can't Get South. :E..mfiB..B..8... .aE m .' I PEONAGE CA-fES. F: < '

Trade i In Fierce Gridiron Battle | IctunS of A'd'W',1: ere i \\\ \\ "< ->

American Exceptby All Steerage Passengersand \ \ 'V,:

Encouraging I Vanderbilt Defeats I II ; Sailors: DISCHARGE -.- + 4 "' .e ,Says Government H,lied -\rov.\ J.,! It',: ,'

Shipping. I By Score of 4 to E OF NEGROESPresident's --z&-1 I Ie Peonage Lumber Did C >,
:.. I of the Collision! Was _r 1 :, ,:
.. By Associated Press. Ii
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Ship Subsidy Only Means By II Nashville, Nov. 22.-In a fierce gridiron battle to-day Terrific and 'Created i"1 '

H defeated the Indians from Carlisle, four to nothing. At the i ,. Order Is Being ;e :W. A. Blount, Jr., Will Make I -
Which We Can Reach of the first half, Blake Vanderbilt_ made a goal from the :
Great-Panic. j.
teen yard line which was the only score of the Four f"
game. -
Executed 1
I TroopsAre Opening Argument 'f .
Those Markets. H Mount Pleasant, for the Indians, tried, to drop goal from the I ::. : ,
a but failed. Early in the game the Indians carried the ball to II I
a- I:: derbilt's three yard line, but the:' the locals held them. I: STEAMERS RETURN TO Dismissed.Fort Defense To-Day. \ .
SECRETARY OF THE TREASURYAND H the play was largely in Indian territory. 1 'T
WILLIAM J. BRYAN WERE ;........R ................ ........... ...... NOT FIXED, BUT CLAIM Reno, Nov. 22.-The dischargeof IT IS BELIEVED CASE WilL GO Ta:1 .:',
the members of the twenty-fifth Infantry \ \
STATE INCHRIS'TM.AS I company of negro soldiers being dis- -it'' .

TER DAY. be dismissed. -WITNESSES IN REBUTTAL | L ;' ;

Associated Press. Committee to Care for Them. YESTERDAY.'e'\
By By Associated Press. I
!Krf:sas City, Nov. 22.-Secretary ofI Nov. 22.: -As a result of New York Nov. 22.-The three ;f ; '
Leslie M. Shaw and Wil- I companies of negro troops dischargedfrom I _ l- : '
easury collision of the big liners Kaiser h ,! il'
I Lan: 1 Bryan had the lion's share oft r der Grosse and the Orinoco the army by order of the presi- I I i iI
!'., ,attention to-day among the long the English channel last night dent will be taken to Chicago Phila- I BY BEN H. THOMAS. 1 l'i 1
m speakers at the three sessions Defense Begins By and sail- delphia and New York according to With the hearing of nine witnesses f -
tat steerage'passengers ,
PRESIDENT the plan. The former soldiers will be in rebuttal yesterday, two on behalf of t
ie Trans-Mississippi congress. each jI
Of f were Killed vessel was se- .
State clothed and cared for by the committee defense and seven on behalf of the l' .
i* 'ary Shaw spoke particularly ing damaged and the two steam- I
selected for that and 'the government, the testimony in the case ; "
market for American purpose, ROBERT GALLAGHER
i wr foreign have returned to port for repairs. '
plans are so arranged that any citi- against W S. Harlan et al, charged i tl p
Mr. Bryan whose subject Records shock of the collision terrific II.
pcds <: was
concerned the commercial zen interested in the case, who desires Woods superintendent for ,the Jack with conspiracy to commit peonage, in' :t, i
pTfl'ipally created a panic on board each '
b'sta: of the Mississippi valley reyji SAilS FOR HOME Order was quickly restored but to hear the soldiers' side may' son Lumber Co., who is one of the i':the United States court, was concluded : !t'.
and the summing of the evidence ;
have to the up ; 1
the access men. .J-
: was the sole speaker at COURT HOLDING before a small boat lowered from central figures in the peonage cases was commenced by Assistant I If

"timing session. Orinoco had been swamped by the No Action Considered. now in the federal court. District Attorney R. Pope Reese, who .i. i q;"
>wretary Leslie M. Shaw speaking SIONS DAILY-MUCH of the fear-stricken passengers Washington, Xov. %Secretary began; his argument at 3:30 p. m., and i1. -l r'
ai The annual session of the Trans: crowd into it. Taft said be had not considered any continued until court adjourned for I I' : '
Commercial Congress to Left Ponce Early Yesterday MADE AND
Mississippi responsibility for the accident action by congress in relation to the the day. when he concluded his re t '

C.said rhe eighteenth in part:century and the first' Morning For Hampton CREASES. not the been Kaiser fixed.Wilhelm but it aer is charged Grosse discharged negro troops wno "shotup" AMBASSADORSMAKESPEECHES marks. TN morning the first argument i 1
Brownsville. for the defense will be made by i t 1
hlf of the nineteenth witnessed thesrld's not regard' the signals from the W. A. Blount Jr., who ...iIl.address. the I
Special to The
greatest conflicts tor the ex Roads. I ship. Small boats which put jury immediately after tne f':' If"
Marianna Nov. 22.- opening f>
j' .
of That the
tention territory.
from Cherbourg succeeded In res.- .

bit t's<\of the the world's twentieth greatest century conflicts will wit for. By Associated Press. Christmas tinues at murder fever heat trial. ,who some of were the'struggling sailors and in passen-the C COURT TO PAS the All court.of the witnesses heard at yesterday's _j.; : ;

extension of trade is already ap. Washingtonov.. 22-The naval department -, to-day have been largely I : sessions were in rebuttal of i';. '
jurent, and only the thoughtless fail is advised that the battle-j The new court house not : evidence that had been adduced.. upon 4 f : .
KI! observe.T. ship Louisiana with President Roosevelt -: pleted court is being: held the day previous. Dr. "' A. J. Pol j I.: 1 i"
.> the better understanding of our aboard sailed from Ponce early,over a store and is lighted; lock testified that the wound upon the ,t t
:anon to the world commerce a to-day for Hampton Roads. small lamps on tables ON THERULING Representatives From German -leg of Jardmons the Bulgarian was .l' t ,j d
imp! review of our achievements andan i I are engaged with the mass of PARENTS SEll probably due to bruises which could ; .
of commercial in the shape of maps, have been caused by his being beaten. J ,
-W invoice are necessary. The first seven per cent. Oriental countries import I Ia 'ing, etc. It certainly I and British Governments Louis Docks and Nathan Scott testified 1't't t' f..
v-fiv\ of our existence was thousand millions, to which the weird scene. In a circle that they had seen the Bulgarian y f f
I years I
largely occupied In determining which United States contributes only 10 percent bar appear the faces of of Railroad Trans- at N. Y. Chamber whipped by Gallagher at the camp and ( I t j f
vas the proper expression, "theseVr.it Our maufacturing competitorsknow dies intent on hearing D DAUGftTERS{ Question A. C. Kemp who resides near Laurel I fi' ( .
t'd, States.'' or "this United where these countries lie. They that falls from the Lips of Commerce.By Hill, swore to a beating he had seen ; .i l :
States' The case was tried and the have learned their languages, have nesses. The rainbow hues portation to Newspapersin a man receive at one of the camps of 'I' : ,
court of last resort rendered its detret studied their desires as well as their millinery-delicate' colors the Jackson Lumber Company, at .'tt. '
at Appomattox settling for all needs, and for years have prosecuteda I boas chiffons and flowers Exchange for Ad- Associated Press. which time "Big Harry" held the man i ;

time the question that the United well-planned and well-executed cam an unwonted air to the Drives Russian Peas- New York Nov.. Ambassabors. while the punishment was inflicted. A ; i'; I'
States is "one and inseparable." paign for their commercial invasion and sober atmosphere of I vertising. ... ,gentleman named Barganler of Crest- t If -,
Following the determination of this and-;with the aid of large" merchant room --- I"iIits. to SeinSirls Into i ?. -- .r two world's powers to the United: view testified that Hilton, when at _t'I '; i iI
important question came the problem marine they have been very successfuL I? _At the session of court h .J.aJes spoke at the annual banquet of Crestview with Laninger, had stated -.i r J '

of Internal improvements and the We scarcely know where these Allen Burns, W. E. B. ::'; By Associated Press. I[I the New York Chamber of Commerce in his presence that he, Hilton had .; i .! ,
development of our natural resources countries are located on the map. We Sheriff H. H. Lewis were Slavery. Chicago, Nov. 22.-The federal 'supreme -i to-night, Baron Speck Von Sternberg,I I a right to arrest him as he owed the I' t l
VV> now produce more agricultu- do not understand their languages, stand and testified to court will be asked to pass on I company some money. The other'I 4 f- 4I
their habits. their needs, their desires they had with.Christmas of Germany, and Sir Henry Mortimer adduced I.
rat) oroducts than any country on the I or the question of whether a railroad can testimony was comparatively t I
reap!: JUt mines yield silver literally and we send them, all combined immediately: after the By Associated Pses.. issue transportation in excnange for I. Dunand, representing the British gov-I unimportant. l. J :
m the tramload and gold by the carload less than one hundred and fifty millions -_ blood-stained shIrt. Petersburg Nov. 22.Reports advertising in newspapers. A test I eminent Another speech of note was Mr. Reese in the opening argument: t I ,
ships built in American yardsand of our more than thirteen bil- Burns testified that he ask I the famine districts of Russia case will be made by the Monon Rail i that of Senator Elklns of West Virginia -I for the government stated emphatic-, i,"' I :
of American material unloadcorp lions ef manufactures and this pit mas what he had done with !I that the distress is steadily grow- road in Illinois. or another opportunity who took pains to refme the ally that the government had amply f.! t!
: iron ore on the shores of a singe .- tance we send in foreign bottoms and aIls, etc., when he put acute, the peasants in tile govern- will be given the inten/ate commerce charges ,which have been made recently proven its case against the defendants I 1
orcmonwealth than any other beneath alien flags. stained shirt between the kazan are driven to desperation commission to have the courts pa- against the higher brancn of con- Harlan Hilton and Huggins and that ,. r .1.1'I
,wintry produces; we cut from our We are told that if we will import floor, and that' Christmas II'V"I are selling their daughters into upon their ruling that notnlng but gress. I I the acts charged against the men had:,.. ,'} :
forest! a hundred million feet of lum- more we will have no difficulty in exporting didn't put anything else to the Mohammedans of Cau money canlawfully be received or accepted In closing his speech. Baron Stern-' not been controverted or even denied t' : I !
ber oferv day of the calendar year;: any and all possible surplus. E. B. Smith corroborated .. The girls sold arc from twelve in payment for transportation. berg said: I that evidence had been adduced to t t I ,
our shops and factories turn out as I, Last year we imported $15.50 per ment, but Sheriff Lewis was seventeen years old and bring from "Results alone count in these days. show that one man, at J least, was r"f 4\ { .
much in finished products as those ol capita, but this liberality in 'purchasing the about hearing him say to seventy-five dollars. As a representative or my country 1 "strapped like a bop about to be t.j. f
England Germany, and of France unequaled in amount helped in else." consider it more than, a pleasure and slaughtered." and that a condition of I f F l' ,
combined! and we pay out in wages I no percepjtble degree to increase our All three of these witne privlledge to avail myself of this and peonage existed at the camps of thw 1 i
nearly and perhaps quite as much as exports. We bought of Brazil for In- fied that when Christmas : GREAT FIGURE similar opportunities to interpret to company there could be not the slight- : i-J 1 f' j
all (me rest of the wirld.) Our rail. stance, half she had to sell while Brazil asked about the shirt ,that MR1 F FAIRBANKS the .s ople to whose government I est doubt. One of the worst features :f' i
*aj system: is the largest. the most;. sent to us for 11 per cent of her that he owned it, but that have the honor to be accredited whatI of the case said Mr. Reese, was the ,, f '
complete, and our freight rates are imports. I do not blame Brazil Brazil diately afterwards admited ( believe with all my heart to be the fact that a body of armed men bad : '\ \
the cheapest; our'coastwise trade the lifte other countries without ships his. Defendant told REVOlUTmNBody friendly feelings cherished by the crossed the line into Florida for the (- I. ; \
most extensive the most rapid, the most efficient and its rate the lowest which is brought to her doors. Our was cutting a bog. I I .VASPLEASED S your president and you, his people.I Ing him back by force to work out a' \ 4 f !
of 4U the nations unaer heaven. One. ships never enter her ports. She defendant who brought. Nor would I perform but my nalf duty I debt, and another important matter :.i .
seventh ol the world's International:I never sees our flag. Our consular and he replied "a man" were I not equally endeavoring to enable was the documentary evidence which .t :
*ade originates with us and one-tenth l reports are filled with information to Judge McKinnon testified my people to see and feel as you:I phoned, conclusively to his mInd that ii i \ .
!id Its .'ar to our ports for ultimate i the effect that no South American asked Christmas if the of Jas. Wilson Is and your fellow countrymen on so,, Manager Harlan was thoroughly fami- 1 j ,t I :
on-sumpaon While ue' people of 8C(t country has more than: heard of the brought to him by one of Greatly Impressed WithFlorida I I many occasions have made me see' Imr with the condition of peonage' i t
nations sell internationally twelve billion -. United States as a commercial coun in jail (meaning John and Placed In Historic.- and feel the good will felt by the people -I'I which, government had proved to n) 4 ,
doUar's worth of merchandiseper try. tice, at that time held for of the United States for Germanyand I C- j i
aanura the people of the United L We buy of tropical and subtropical der) and defendant Resources at rial Ground. her people. 1 Mr. Reese went at length into the ; ;.
States Mil the one to the other more products a million dollars per day When asked who it was, "Let us hope that the great bles- question of perjury and charged that r} >
than twice that much. We hold ir]t more than we sell in tropical and sub- said he preferred not to tell Tampa Fair. sings which George Washington and every man who had sworn that no 'r '
our vaults 22 per cent of the world's tropical countries. We sell to Europea but would tell later. By Associated Press. Frederick the Great brought to their beatings had been administered at the -
rII, ()f gold; and have in actual use million and a half a day more than Shortly before nine Philadelphia Nov.22.In the prE'Sence countries by a wise and farsighted camps of the Jackson Lumber Co., f : .
hire: than one-fifth of the world's cirOusting we buy from Europe. These facts afford stte rested its, case and By Associated Press. of distinguished company. including -:' treaty and which have been so had been guilty of perjury, as were : 1 I
medium These achieve. a complete answer to the claim defense asked for an Fla., Nov. 22.-Vice Presi members of President Roosevelt's -I strengthened by the characters and those who testified that- no guns were : J'' --
snu make us dizzy-these posses. that if we will but import more of!. order to enable them to and Mrs Fairbanks were to-day cabinet, justices of Lie federal policies of Theodore Roosevelt and carried by the bosses at the camp as f t
!:QIK dazzle. what we now purchase we will have'order in which they voala guests of the people of Florida at supreme court, the govei,';jf of Penn William the Second may be continuedand both of the assertions had been absolutely t" t j
Bnuand. Germany and France con- no difficulty in selling our surplus'witnesses. Court adjourned I:I I state fair. The vice president de sylvania and other citizens, th} bodyof renewed with and throjgh the refuted by witnesses whose testimony 'i l
ia:* it become. We I James Wilson, one of the great fig- had not and could not be im7 ; ,
approximately KO( per cent ol however large may night I red two patriotic speeches during .j J _
fce:> mtput of manufactured goods,,, sell nearly half our present surplus to I Morning Session.On day, which were frequently inter ures of the American revolution, years. peached. -'f-i- ,
fc* 'It'y each search the world with the United Kingdom but in buyingwe I the convening of I by cheers. In the afternoon he which lay in a North Carolina grave The stories told on the witness .j i "
fcto flying their own flags to find select from what Is offered that morning W. H. Watson, of a tour of the exhibits and ex over a hundred years was to-day' stand. Mr Reese stated were most 7.. '

Jsaufts l!.. for 20 per cent of surplus,. which pleases us best regardless of i f defense, made a statement great satisfaction with the placed in the burial by-the ground side of of that historic of his Christ wife'OMAN N IN CASE E improbable and very conflicting; not I
manufacture as much as these its origin. outlining the theory of the resources of the state.: To- only flimsy but extremely ridiculous! -1 -
thee ,ountries combined, consume i Argentina has just sudsidized a line I,, Mr. Watson briefly he was entertained at dinner by church. The ceremonies' were simple and of the fact that Hilton had deliberately l ,; ,
nroumately 95 per cent of it all and of steamers with which to market her i I tentions of the state and but impressive. The body of the great perjured himself on the .5 .. i '
"Mtp t the world to come after oui. .surplus rather than to send it under I I| sought to prove and asked patriot was disinterred from the graveat stand there could be no doubt { .;'
tenTh ot 5 per cent. In the neal, foreign flags in competition with her I, to recall the statements : Edcnton N. C., Tuesday, and conveyed In concluding his address Mr. Reese 11 : 4
ftlr.- nig surplus will be larger, and neighbors. Where does she send' rious: witnesses wherein friends.OMAN to this city onne: Gunboat MAYAPPEARTrial said there was no doubt whatever :

k i: "M may then fall to come after these ships? 10 Europe, of course,i iI I ed as to time and place of : SHOOTSTHREEMEN Dubuque. Prior in state to in the the services DeclaratIon the- the guilt of the deendants; that ; r f
I for of Europe only has she heard in'I horse alleged to belong to remains lay Hall where such a condition as had been disclosed t '
TIt. ,. room of Independence the very foundation of the fabout f-fr; ,
t isi n M of the nineteenth cen a commercial way. I I That this horse was ane Justices Fuller, threatened
I thousands filed past. :
IJ"I i' :
x 'I develops international in government: If such conditions were
: nied In developing our, If this country ever I l been seen one place Day, Holmes and White of tne federal of Great Italian Tenor
atuTill -M.nrcos and in creating oui merchants it wnl accomplish Luggy, and at another of the allowed to exist there would be no use
of which Wilson was one :
encouragement. court, for the courts and the Jails might as
155tehk's nome market Within thE! it by granting them ferent witness further down '
J our monetary system has: not alone by dredging: harbors and road in the direction he lirst members acted as nononu/ pall Will Come Up Again well be torn to the ground and razed 'Hi'r I I :.

D the subject of direct and afflrmaeolation deepening channels, but by insuring ing not ten or fifteen bearers. -- The detail_of the proceedings ye. 1 i
I I!" ( and special legislative i them a merchant marine in which to ,I i without a vehicle but with '! OPERATIVESVOTE This Morning. terday" is as follows: } q ,
1pntlon hat the most favorable I I'''his COTTON l :'!'t' 1
been given to our do-,(carry under back. Morning Session. .:
"Meomnerce.. Unequaled pros terms, the products of our farms. our !I :Maps and diagrams were I Snyder Creates TO STRIKEFall I The first witness called in rebut -9' 'f i ;
ir 1 mad- possible the accumula- mines, our forests and our factories. ,I I duced and witnesses for Ophelia By Associated Press. tal of the evidence offered by OefeaM ,-+f j l fat
t! "f cleat wealth and invited ag- And without International merchants 'Interrogated chiefly with a Madi- River, Mass., Nov. 22.- Fitre New York, Nov. ::.Hannah Graham Wednesdays sessions of the court"t.- 't! "
;IOT1 ;m the Part of corporate sustained by a mercnant marine we peaching the state's Sensation On unions of the Cotton Mill Operativesat the woman who caused the arrest was Dr. W A. J. Pollock. who was examined i .; ,1
Thet1 This, also, has been made will never put these products into the I Impeaching a special meeting to-day voted by of Enrico Caruso on a chargeof by District Attorney Sh p'f: t ttard
1ecl or special and affirmative ports of countries unable to maintain Dr. Booth was called to son Avenue. large majorities to reject the offer of annoying and mistreating her in Dr. Pollock stated that he Will .- ./I r
Jalsit; and the enforcement ol merchant ships with which to come and questioned as to the five per cent increase in wages and to the Monkey House at Central Park emptojed as United State prison physician !' -4- +
p.; ; IiIU has attracted, in an un. after them. The outlay of $50,000,000 taken by him as a member Press. go out on a strike Monday unless Friday may appear in police court that he was called to treat one 31 j : -,
the e ?ted manner the attention ol in the purchase of the right of way oner's jury wherein it was. New York.By Associated Nov. %!.-A well dressed their demand for a ten per' cent in- tomorrow to press the charges against Manuel Jordmons. He found Jord'I,", .:, ". t,
rnmeDt. The additional in the con- had testified was granted., him. Just before court adjourned to- in 1i
flit! /T next step it]I and $200,000,000 Jack Boone said to be Miss Ophelia Sny crease mons very much emaciated and bad : 'k-
!rnettt! dfgnE-nt. must be the develop. struction of an Isthmian canal $200.-, to Campbellton early !'I to-day shot and wounded Dr. Fred day Deputy Pollee Commissioner Mat- condition; he was suffering from fever .I 1
esto:: ; markets. Our present 000,000 spent in the last decade on the morning; tracked a buggy: I' probably fatally. Otto Droege, SHIP AND CREW hot who was conducting the case for duo, probably, to the rendition of his ,
111311" eril will 1 not accept surplus I revenue cutter service, largely for the down to the public welL I I' lawyer wounded in the groin and LOST ON SUPERIORBy I the prosecution said there was only leg. The leg was baaly swoflen and ,
IO(>: ?: t1rps hen multiplied as the P protection of shipping are all wise testified that before the third name not know. The I one more witness to be heard. Today inflamed from the knee to the base- 1 L'f t
man. 1I
tei" '' .t. by nve, and perhaps bj, appropriations. A fraction of this Boone had said that he had I'I'I'a occurred at the corner of Associated Pro was not without its sensational of the toes cao;.fns the pi'Int much! t t. f
I\-t> amount would give us what we once buggy to Campbelltoa. street and Madison avenue Detroit, Mich. Nov. 22.-A special happenings. Caruso was questioned pain. In the opinion of Or. P&lloekthe !
!c, :''' tlhaJ! these new markets be had-a merchant marine-and Insure way's stables and that It I I )afternoon.- Miss Snyder meant to from Marquette says that the steamer closely concerning his last four years con lton of Jonftcon'g leg was di": :: r rto ,
t.-. -" fhe answer is easy for there i us International merchants and the tiuned off on a grassy Dr. Berhoff and had been follow Panama has been found wrecEfed on spent In this country The little a bruise, Within 24 fceri.a'ter t"/. I "' I
.' (,11' Places possible. South I products of our ever-increasing labor getting to the well. I. him for several days. She said: Mineral Reef Point. Lake Superior, court room was again packed and Ca injury wgs.ij"' rh f < 'J-'t: '1Cer.Unuew 1- : f
-, and., South Africa imporl t would then be carried where the Uni- On cross examination i brought some Ideas from Paris and and that the crew has probably per ruso's countrymen, greeted him wiLls I -- 'It'., i it
commercial country is iI cheers. C- 5e.cPije.: )
: J*r annum to which the ted States as a I them. ished.
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: ScrofulaMakes REESE FlAYSlHE Danderine them Harry.said.were Three Were on horseback.vof"Hebrews the five and boys tare witness of. \\Kt in Tobacco; \mpTcm\ tt ; sd \ .* 'UC1"

Witness said.-he: bad met Gallagher ". -
and Dr. Trammel during Wednesday f tqft trite r\\K\ .YStt
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its presence known EW TINS HAW .ernoon and had aten supper at the \. ,. ',,.
same table at the* hoteL He had also
by many signs,-glandular PEONAGE CASEDEFENSE Aid wsk talked with Gallagher during the SYit1t .. ''tC1.eou\\ J!' I}

tumors, bunches in the neck, morning. The"most of the time since .

cutaneous eruptions inflamed -,. PlO YE Mr. Lesser had testified previously: he ,
stated bad in the com
been passed
eyelids, sore ears, pany of his friend Theodore Webber. c\\U\WS

catarrh and wasting diseases.Hood'sSarsaparllla. 1Ti Attorney Flournoy asked that wit- 1 1i
ness be excused;as he wished to leave Cit\c\ Gtitttt '
the city at'noon. District Attorney T\
Sheppard took the position that as
(Continued from First Page.) aa some new matter bad been broughtout
Effects: permanent cures. in the examination of Mr Lesser, fanners tobacco in the famous Piedmont .
there was
no evidence of typhoid fe- :I Three are used by grown
he had witnessesin
ver.. a right to call other ways

-..m.................... Cross Examination. ,, : rebuttal and said that defense bet- for curing and. preparing their tobacco region, requires and takes less

< iro On cross examination Dr. Pollock ( ? ter that hold he the would witness be if needed it was further.expected for the market; namely sun .' sweetening than tobacco grown i in

/T'S DRUGS : said house he first.treated then the at man a hospital at a boarding and after -' zo 2:30 The p.court DL. by then which took time a recess it was until expected cured, air cured and flue cured. any other section of the United Statesand

t The Crystal Has It. that,saw at the the patient jail.. while No other he was physician in .sa. witnesses would arrive.sent for by the government The old and cheap way is called air has a wholesome, stimulating,

Pen acola. Witness could not state : Afternoon Session. cured the later discovery and im- juicy, full tobacco taste that satisfies
: ;
THE BG STORE. that the patient had not previously :
i., THE HANDSOME STORE, suffered: from typhoid fever, but was When the court convened for the proved way is called flue cured. tobacco hunger. That'svhy chewers
A tu"! line of To'kt' Artie1**. the afternoon session at 2:30 p. m.. District
positive did
man not have typhoid -
Agents W..odVII""d'fo"* W rfume. tmar.'. Canoies.t i while, under his charge. ;\' Attorney Sheppard announced(' In flue curing the tobacco is taken prefer Schnapps, because Schnapps

: .i Louis Docks. that of he regretted very much, the delay from the fields and racked in barns cheers more than any other chewing
J Manicure Goods: a Specialty.% MI88 STELLA WELLS, ,two or three hours but that
:luis Docks an Austrian, by occupation 637 8. Humphrey b... Chicago. it had been necessary in order that a I built to retain heat and tobacco, and that's why chewers of
a baker, was called and stated especially
| The Crystal Hair will not falling of Its own accord, material witness, from" Crestview,
Pharmacy | that he worked for the Jackson Lumber lug tile lonrer you let It go without treatment should have time to, reach the city. there subjected to a continuous high Schnapps pass the good thing alongone
Co.. during July of this year and tie thinner it becszes,&ad the more difficult w This witness the standat
.......................... was acquainted with Gallagher He cere. fiicfc hair,lust ilk* sick people,will die once. was put on- produced by the direct chewer makes otljer chewers
I toot cured. You can tare the calrtlifowimDandertn temperature,
also knew Jordmons, tee.:. Bulgarian .. It makes the hair grow unusually Mr. Bargonier.Mr. until the fact is established thatthere
and had seen the trouble between thus and long and jrtvei R tit natural gloss heat of flame heated flues, which

THANKS FOR Gallagher'. Witness and,said Jordinons he paw the at the Bulgariancome csrnp. and 25C beautyTSOW, 500.ua aIaudrnggbts.thrce'1.00 vertct&Ie.owLToN sizes.. ness stated Bargonier that he the was Crestview a section fore-wit- brings out in the tobacco that are more chewers and more

: DAICDEIUJtE CO.,Chicago. man in the employ of the railroad of tobacco chewed
in; Gallagher jumped on the I company and boarded at the Powell stimulating taste and aroma that pounds to the
man struck him and kicfjnl him; Gallagher -
SHERiffi had drawn a revolver and told : House. He remembered an instance expert coasting develops in green population in states where Schnapps
on the same boat with him and had when a man had come to Crestview
i run the away.man that The he trouble would occurred teach him near to seen the trouble between the Bulgarian looking for some other 'aien; witness coffee. These similar processes giveto tobacco is sold than there are in
U. S. WITNESSES AT LAST AT j and Gallagher in the office at the identified Hilton the man he had
the dining car at the omce; witness as those states where Schnapps has
camp. Witness said Gallagher took seen at Crestview. Witness heard both tobacco and coffee the cheer- not
LIBERTY EXPRESS was sitting at the table the
the Bulgarian into the omce and Hilton tell a fruit man at the hotel been offered to the trade.
timt. lie in that
I I was a position to se* into ing and stimulating quality pop- yet
the car where the trouble occurred "whipped him all ,around with hands, that he was after some men and had ,
his attention was first attracted by; and feet;" witness did not look on one under arrest down at the depot; ularizes their use. -' _A I ac. plug of Schnapps is more
I I any length of time as he was afraid Hilton said he had a right to make
Seven United States witnesses, who I office.Gallagher The dragging Bulgarian the did man not into assault the to do so. the arrest as the man was running The quality of tobacco depends : economical than a much larger ioc.

bave been held in the jail for I Gallagher, but that Cross Examination. away and owed the Jackson LumberCo. of tobacco. Sold
county I : thought Gallagher much on the curing and the plug cheap at 500.
109 days have at last been given their I was going to rob him and kept sayingI I Scett was cross examined: by Attorney money.Vitnes8 afterward saw process
liberty, and ;jesterday afternoon when I got no money; I goe no money." Loftin, of defense and in replyto Hilton at the depot Hilton had saida kind of soil that produces it, as expert per pound in 50. cuts. w Strictly 10
they saw Sheriff Van Pelt near the I I Witness stated that he had come questions stated that, at the time man was coming from Lockhart to "
county jail they immediately went up from New York under contract to the difficulty between the Bulgarianand carry the man back. At the depot tests prove that this flue cured and 15 cent plugs.

to where he was standing and the work at the camp of the Jackson Lum- Gallagher occurred he was standIng witness saw Hilton and Kilpatrick; a
pokesman thanked him for,the crowd I ber Co. He. knew Haas, who was one. I on the steps of the dining car. The foreigner was sitting on a seat in'the
for the good treatment they received of the party with wltss oa the trij i Bulgarian was saying something to waiting room and Kilpatrick was : : :
while In jail. from New York. Witness said that, i Gallagher, but witnest did not understand standing near the door with a revolver R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, WINSTON-SALEM, N. c. I Isaw

Th3 men were witnesses in the while en route from Savannah to Lock: II what was said. Witness said he buckled. _around: him; when Hil
peonage cases and after the preliminary hart the train stopped at a little place was not discharged from the service ion came in nupatncic nanaea him -
hearing several ..months since where several of the men had run of the Jackson Lumber Co.; he was the revolver and demanded pay ftfr Gallagher going in a trot up that" fl'$ $ 'I lII
they were ordered placed in jail and sway, witness among them and were employed at'the camp three and one- holding the man.. Hilton did not appear -way. Witness looked into the barn 'nlr
held until the term of court. Each brought back,by the sheriff. I half months. to be drunk either, at the hotelor and saw one of the foreigners with a'
day they remained there they received Charlie Greenfield who "testified on" Albert Denish. the depot 'Witness'saw Hilton rope around his neck,' while "Big! : i

pay: at the rate of $1 per dayBnd behalf of defense was one of the Albert Denish, a Hungarian, was leave next morning on horseback. Harry" ,was holding binu 'Big Harry"}
when they are finally paid off party who tried to run away;, witness I called by the government and was Cross Examination. told the man to say his prayers. Mr.' *
they will each have a neat sum. Although had seen the man around the govern [questioned by District Attorney Sheu- On cross examination witness said Gallagher asked them to -see what he :4'Y :
the men are at liberty they ment building and had recognized t f pard through Interpreter. Friedman. he \ias perfectly sober :It the time would do for these things" and the in-; .
have not yet been discharged as wit. him. The men who tried to run away I He stated that he left Xew York..on mentioned and had not been drinking.At terpreter said the man had stated that' : t
nesses, but held In the city and may kept in hiding all night and, when L June 21, and arrived In Lockhart on the table where witness and Hilton he would send back to his country and : : t
be used in other cases.ALWAYS morning came, believing that Gallagher I the evening; of June 25.' Witness did had eaten supper there were two get a couple of hundred dollars and ? *
-----WAS---SICK. had left they earn* from the 1 ,not know "Big Harry" by name. fruit agents; witness did not believe pay andalso that he would be a, ;
place where they spent the night and t ,There were two watchmen on duty at there were any others present 'Wit faithful hand. They afterwards let
:When a man says he always was I were captured by two sheriffs ana I i the camp, one of whom came in a car ness had only talked with attorneys the man up and witness saw him : i
sick-troubled with a cough that t taken back to the car. Gallagher was I 'with a lantern and examined every I for defense since reaching Pensacola. standing on his feet with. ,the rope -
tasted all winter-what would you I at the car when the men were re I bunk; the other was a big, fine looking i Witness had read;only one paper con around his neck. i
say-he never was sick since usingBallard's ;I turned. fellow, who walked up and down taining an acount of the case. The Cross Examination.
Horehound Syrup. Such a I, On cross examination by Attorney outside of the car with a gun. The Pensacola Journal. On cross examination witness said !
man exists. Loftin itness stated that,he had beenin ,man who came Into the car had a re- Witness said he might have said the men in the barn were speaking of i.
,Mr. J. C. Clark, Denver, Colorado, this country two and had I volver.
years something about the Crestview; in" some stolen things, but had not seen :
writes: "For :years I was troubled I been employed in New York previous Witness said! he krewthe Bulgarian, stance, but could1 not say with whom anything taken from the man. Witness .
all winter. This cough left me in a to coming to Lockhart to work for Manuel Jordmons and also knew Gal- he bad spoken. .Witness threatened I understood that the maD had

miserable condition. I tried Ballard I the Jackson. Lumber Company. 'fhe lagher, who met.. the party, of which ta.haye, Hilton arrested if he; did knot given up a watch and some' money. ,. 1 1'i
Horehound Syrup and have not had a Bulgarian had spok n in English I Witness- was one, at.Savannah and accompanied -; give the man aia freedom, but as Gallagher entered the barn just ahead 'i' .
sick day** since. That's what it did 1 whep he told Gallagher he had no them to Lockhart. Witness there was no one there to make the of witness and the 'latter had beard ; :
for me. Sold by all druggists. money. saw the Bulgarian and Gallagher at arrest he had taken no action. WH Gallagher ask "what he would do in )
Nathan Scott. the time the trouble occurred and saw ness was positive that Deputy Sheriff return for those things." Witness
The best for the money-Jackson Gallagher kick and beat the man; witness Powell knew Mr. Lamata who had
Nathan Scott was called by the gov was not at Crestview on the come up t -
Square Coffee. Put up In air tight ernment in rebuttal and examined by was at dinner at the time and night on..which the events testified. to when the trouble was over.) I(1* : %
1, 2 and 4 pound tins. ;
Absolutelyguaranteed District Attorney Sheppard. Witness I the sight took away his appetite. The occurred. ". District Attorney Sheppard then an- i
r to satisfy the most fastidious stated that he was a Russian and L Bulgarian was so badly beaten that he' A. C Kemp.A. nounced that the government would : a> ; ;t
taste. from New York to work the could hardly leave the car. After the rest and Attorney Flournoy announcedthat i .- -, "
came for C. Kemp, who resides bout 2\< i: : .
t I ,
S MAXIMLJMTEMPERATURE 70 Jackson Lumber Co.; a number of whipping the Bulgarian went to his miles above Laurel Hill was the next the defense would probably In- :. .'
; DEGREES, MINIMUM 57 DEGREES I others were in the party all of whom; ,car, cried, and then picked up a pieceof witness. He stated that he was a troduce two or three witnesses in rebuttal **
witness knew. Witness was one of a I paper upon which to write a letterto farmer and raised watermelons, a after which the attorneys for
The maximum temperature at Pen- I party that tried to run away at a the consul. The Bulgarian was large part of which he sold at the defense retired for a consultation. 1.1- **
sacola yesterday was 70 degrees at small place, en route from Savannahto I compelled to go in to dinner after G., W. Lamata.
camps of the Jackson Lumner Co. I The Cuter Music House Is now open for tro.ln_ Th codlractor $
:3 p. m.. while the minimum was 57 Lockhart; Greenfield was also one I the beating, but he did not eat. Witness said that on one occasion i G. W. Lamata superintendent of the I has put in the plate glass broken by the September storm and removed the |
degrees at 6:30 a. m. of the party and was taken back to Cross Examination. when he was at the camps between i turpentine business of the Jackson scaffolding and boards which. obstructed our store and oar Pianos can .
t Last ;year on the same date the the cars by the sheriffs at the same t The witness was cross examined by July 1 and July 15, his attention was ,Lumber Co. was then recalled by defense -: now be examined carefully. ,
;i maximum recorded was 62 degrees time witness was returned. Witness I Attorney Loftin, and stated again attracted to a man known as Big in rebuttal. Mr. Lamata said We have the largest stock on hand -we ever carried aaour regular ship- I
k and the minimum 50 degrees. knew the Bulgarian who came down that he'was in the dining car when Harry" who was goimv toward a barn he had seen Mr. Lesser talking with ments have been continued and the pianos have piled up on us-we are Ru
lag to make price. to move them.
to. the trouble between Gallagher and the with a leather strap in his hand. Haas at the camps of the company; I
t Bulgarian occurred; the office where "Big Harry" was'accompanied by Archie there were four or five boys present; The Piano'you are going,to buy for Christmas can be selected and sei t
No woman's happiness ? the whipping occurred was next to the Bellinger, one of the foremen. He 'witness did not hear what was said. l*e aside. Buy now and save S50 to $100. Terms on best new 1907 models :
Woman'sNightmare can be complete dining car, there belag only a screan Mr. Lamata, stated that he was pres- c 'fA and large styles diseouat in latest tor finish all cash., $25 cash balance $10 per month BO interest. .J

without children; it door between; the same steps that ent when Mr. Kemp was at the camp '
F is her nature to lore led to the dining car. also. led to the one day in July; he had walked from Just will thinK'of move them It, a fast$400 Piano' for $300. Come and see them. Them prices *
t, and office. the turpentine camp to the log camp i
want them
Witness did not know about any looking for Gallagher; be reached the A few bargains to give you- an idea of the remarkable cut we U' 4
as much so as it is stealing that is alleged to have occurred house where the foreigner was being making In prices on. high-grade Pianos: y
. to love the beautiful roughly handled about two minutes i:
during July as he was at workon One KraBieh Bach large upright grand fancy figure. walnut cam
? and pure. .Jhe railroad at the time end had after Kemp. "Big Harry" was holdIng When new $550.- Used one year. $125 for this special sale.
The critical ordeal through which the mother been working right along.W. the man and a watch, pistol and ; :
expectant must pass, some. other, things were taken from One new Caasell Piano, regular price $J25:! this sale J6S.
however, is so fraught with dread, pain, suffering and danger, that the A. Powell. 1
I him. Gallagher first asked what the One small
I :: very thought of it fills her with apprehension and horror. There is no I W. A. Powell, of Crestview, was man had on him and then told the 9 3 59-* Mahogany upright Packard regular price $450. this sale OnlY! !

, necessity for the reproduction of life to be either painful or dangerous. next callefl and was examined by Assistant men to let the Hungarian go to work. 1
District Attorney R. Pope 90One new Kracich & Bach :Mahogany case regular price '
$450 the *
: The use of Mother's Friend so pr=pares the system for the coming event Witness understood the man to say $? *
Reese. Witness stated that he was "not to send him to jail and he would ;t
tha it is without
safely passed any danger. This great and wonderful familiar with the schedule of trains Pabsi IsBest send home to his father for $500." 'a one Jacob Don $400 Piano, used two years, now $225. ;
t remedy is always applied arriving and departing from Crest- The things that were taken from the t rirty other new Pianos Just unboxed: to select from.

,: externally, and view. A train from Florala reached man were placed in charge of Galla- :
', has carried thousands Mother'sWe Crestview at.6:35 and departed for of AH. gher. f
Florala again at 7:40. There The Clutter Music
I ; of women through the morning train which'arrived at was 8:38 a Cross Examination.On i House

trying crisis without suffering. and left again at 9 o'clock. Mr. pABST Blue Ribbon Beeris cross examination witness stated :
Send for free book containing Information of ) Powell said his business was that of made from the exclusive that he did not regard the handling Largest and Oldest In the State.
priceless value to I Uexp.cUDtinotaen. FriendI of the Hungarian as mistreat- .
; hotel keeper and liveryman; he was Pabst eight-day malt
: Tfcf Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta Ga. also a deputy sheriff. He was not at which it richness ment; it was no morethan the man I I
gives a superior -
deserved. Witness
said he was,
Crestview the day Mr. Hilton arrived
_, _
0 and food value. Only der indictment in similar. case.
but witness sawhim next morning
Hilton stayed at Mr. P weU's house the' choicest imported bops C. C. Hilton. SUPPLY COMPANYW.T.eEDWELLPRELANDANAGER. -

over night In the morning Hilton are used giving it an exquisite C. C. Hilton was placed on the Prepared to:do all o1ectt1ca1 (
told Powell he wanted to get away flavor,which when once enjoyed stand and said he only saw Barganierat representative will call.I W.. T. BidweU"palr1J1g, Prnldt on short and Dotlce. P.mg phone ZOa S.670 Barlw ana! {
I are offering some dressed damaged early to look for some men. but had none other will satisfy.It the depot and that the latter was !I *tr* t. t
not asked Powell to assist him. As drunk; he had not made -any stater : ::-- (
, lumber at bargain. Hilton left the Powell house he went 13 made and aged in absolute ment similar to the one testified toby M9 +M .+ *
a in the direction of Laurel Hill cleaclincss.: From trewkcnlc Barganier and denied that the latter -:

I The evening that Hilton arrived at to the time you pour it had eaten supper: at the same table r ; ; :; ;

We can fill all orders now for new team.Crestview Witness witness did was not away know with where a into your Class Both with sides him.announced that all wit-,I Beautify the Dining Room ;

Hilton was when be returned to Crest- PabstBlueRibbon nesses had been heard, and District the I
: stock shipment arriving daily. view that night and had not fed Hil. Attorney Sheppard asked that arguments I Thanksgiving Dinner 'j
ton's horse. be limited. The court ruled,
Emil Lesser. i in view of the seriousness of the case, i Of
: that the arguments should not be limited course, you want the dining room to look .
"i. G. DeSILVA & COMPANY Emil Lesser president of the German ,
Immigration 'Society of''Alabama passes through none but sterilized i counsel using, their own discre- t handsome as possible for the Thanksgiving dinnc

was recalled by Attorney. Flournoy, utensils and comes but in tion agreed in that the matter.three speeches It was should mutually be t : and then it's not long till Christmas. Now is the tin: l
contact with filtered
leading counsel for defense, naught
delivered by each side, the to
pendir.1 opening I t
the arrived of two witnesses air. Thers:: is absolutely for
the government being made by
..................................................... government who were expected on the na chance for continuation Assistant District Attorney R. Pope BUY.A
train due at 11.15 a. m., ror the purpose in the isanufictiirs cf Pabst Reese. FINE SIDEBOARD

\ Southern Grown, Nursery Stock i by the of rebutting government evidence after brought Mr. Lesser out beer. And it i,never allowed: Mr. Reese's ArgumentMr. .: It only. requires a little money and it would add I t

had testified.Mr. to leave the brewery until it Reese opened by thanking the much
5. $ True to Namo.I Lesser stated that he talked to is perfect In age purity and Jury for Its attention and then reviewed : pleasure to the home. Fine ones $15, $18, $:& ;

only one of five boys who'' were at strength the charge against defendants 2 up to $65. .
Budded and Grafted Pecans, June Bud and one the camp, the one he spoke with being reading a portion of the indictment
: Has*. Witness said that 'i o one Whca Ordering Beer can for explaining; the different counts there- i
; t year Peach, Strawberry. Roses Shade and Ornamental was punished in his presence for having Pabst Blue Ribbea.S of.r Mr. Reese then went into the tes BUY NOW PAY LATER. I !

;_ : Trees of all kinds. Everything true to a I told him of harms teen beaten. I timony the trial.that He had oeen adduced during f t
, No was present at the time except said the testimony as :
f name, or money cheerfully refunded. Write for the five boys who were Just 331 S. Palafox St. to conditions at the camp were permissible .

i price list at once. startingout for work In the woods. Phone 17S. as evidence, as they tended i MARSTON & QUINA
to show
Witness said he had not seen any a state of peonage existed : j

-' C. R: LONG Nurseryman, Andalusia, Ala. il boss with the present boys while; the only be man was who talking was ber at Co the( ,As camps. 9'the of"the Arrest Jackson and return Lum- :I 108410, S. .Palafox Sf Phone 149. Pcnwcola, Fla j jM

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::::: Next season :i MYSTERYStranger :w t Agents Woodward's Manicure for Goods Perfumes.Whitman's a Specialty.Candies. '"':: PASSAGE j I High-grade garments" made of "P estly's" shower- J I: .n.! .1f

i 'Thiswinterthere t b there will be plenty : i I The Crystal Pharmacy = .. proof cloths, perfectly tailored prices range -: ,"t.:I.; it"


:i are all styles, but very of store.f them Come at any to t I Who Was Asphyxiated $' "*;\!-$ flaBOOKS From' Sw- kopmund-". :I $$5.65 to $$30JReadytoWear j r.I 1

i few of this style on Wright Street, German South- ,Africa, : .
the store t that t > J.!
t because it's new Is Buried. Here in 45 .Days. : department, second floor. : -,' '! !

' always I has the -- 4 .! -" "
Y ,
) and exclusive.! New stipplv of "Fighting Chance." the ;j 1'
newest Alter holding the body for over two "flr t seller." The Norwegian bark "Lysglmt. I i 1\\
. Here are some fine books, lately published which arrived in port yesterday, bears : i '
weeks In the of Identification
. nope and very popular:
.. : the remains of the stranger who met Tracer of Lost Persons, by Robt. W. the distinction of having made the WATSON PARKER & REESE Go. i :1: :
Chambers. best known record of a sailing craft : i : :
. death by asphyxiation at a Wright Richard Elliott Financier, by George on the passage from Swokopmund, ,

: i street boarding house hare been Subjection'Carling. of Isabel Carnaby, by C Ellen T. German Southwest Africa, to this' .. '1 it, "I! "
buried, and with the interment ended Fowler. port. When. the bark crossed Pensa- : "EVERYTHING TO WEAR." .. l', .; ;
: :'"- :'-" XCC ..-.-.- .-..-.. .... .-..-.. .-..-.. '.. all opportunity for identification. The Max Fargus. by Owen Johnson. cola bar yesterday and entered the j t : I '
I. grave stone engraved will be marked"unknown"Efforts with a head No Cary Friend Like a Sister, by Rosa N. harbor she had been out exactly 45 .......................... .. .......................: r:: 'h: ;

. Caroline Lee by Lilian Bell days from the port from which she :
have been made by the authorities '
i Sir Nipel, A. Conan Doyle latest. sailed. This time is only two days J!i ; "
. to discover tue identity of Rosemary in Search of a Father, by the more than the passage made by a 1' L'i '
. the man and many persons_ have WtHia-nsons, just out. fs .
steamer which entered here recently
viewed the remains at Pou's under- Little White Bird by Barrie-the book 1 : :
:: ]It t this is the I style I overcoat you fancy, no other I willsuit taking parlors since death occurred from which Peter Pan was taken. from Swokopmund and which illus- i
trates the speed maintained throughout iF
: you, for it's entirely different from all others. and although in some instances he I the voyage by the bark.
bore resemblance to missing men the ..HARRY T. HOWLAND, The bark passed San Antonio, Cuba, ti .j!

: The cut is too ultra to suit "the men who hesitate," parties his identity were not will sure probably and consequently forever- Manager, De Luna Book Store, on the 20th, and consumed only two THANKSGIVING 'FOOTWEA1 '
in from that port to Pen- ,
: this I days coming .
i but there are men in town who appreciate a style remain a mystery. It is believed by De Luna St. Phone 149L sacola. En route she caught; up with j ,
many however that the man was J. .. !
it becomes Overcoats 7.5O. and passed a Mallory line steamer ';
. piore general. $8 to $ : E. Sheffield, of Lucedale Miss., who from Cuba for Mobile and althoughthe 11

Mvanetts $10 to $27.50. before leaving Mobile went to the of- NICE FRESH steamer made an effort to keep i ', ;: ,
left his
i i Jett Bros. and name alongside of the bark she could not

. and sent address him.that This some was money done by mightbe the Boiled Ham and Sweet Milkat maintain soon dropped the speed out of of sight.the latter and TltanksgivijigDay is Near at Hand ;} 'H' !

firm and the letter the
enclosing Captain Hansen said yesterday that I trl

I i money The sum was of found$350 among.00 was other found papers.about I mund from the for day Pensacola be set he sail had from strong Swkop-and ( Don't the old' shoes look a little shabby? ,hJ:.. "

the clothing of the dead man when the can't hide them will be ,
STAl1DARDfOTHIl1Gf the officers made a search among his Chris Pfeiffer's: Bakery, fair winds the voyage and that were as seas smooth throughout almost -they always ; tJ'tJ'Y9u
effects and clothing and this amount as glass.Obelisk sticking out somewhere. ; :11 j j.i j :
together with some letters addressedto Cor. Hayne and Jackson. ; .
I! I various parties, is now in a safety Flour is the staff We would like to show you our line of 1; f I I :
deposit box in the American 'National : ., f '"'1

.... .. ............... Bank placed there by the sheriff and of life. Look for pink ticketsin new Footwear. ; i
. ... ..... ... ................ Hr
will be held subject to the orders of I"
- the court. Out of this amount will THE FUNERAL OF packages.GARNIER'S.. 1 Man or woman, extreme or conservative I '
TURTON & BELL. come the expenses of embalming and ) !
PHOTOGRAPHER* SINCE 1870.Kodak funeral, but what disposition will be :IIIuIIIIIImu15111u11J dresser'I ;
f\IUItill! tar :
Sappllc | Amateurs.DAILY BASKETBALL AT made of 'the remainder will have to II g

be decided by the courts.. N 3 = WE'RE SURE YOUR SHOES ARE HERE == clt I :.
TOWEL SUPPLY. I The woman. Maggie 'Collums MRSI EllA y. .........MliaBllBlMBlHHlSpecial :
...RUNY AN'S ROLLERS... I claimed >150 of the amount, saying
A CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY. that she had given this amount to to The JournaL } .
; I We've the best makers': best in style '1f";
$1.00 PER MONTH. Y. M. C. A. LAST the stranger on the train shortly after Garniers, every
Phone 848 PIMa-2 rings.cola, Florida.M. G. RUNYAN. she ,met him near Bay, Mlnette, Mooney our I' size and width. Shoes at $2 $2.50, $3, $3.50, i l )
has the Manuel !
, but the officials have refused to turn COSTONWill postmaster purchased $4 $5. f t J $"
- the amount over to her and she has Brown sloop and made his first ar _ :
not pressed the claim. trip to Pensacola last wee*. We understand t- t:'
GULF CITY COFFEE CO., NIGHT She is .supposed to have returnedto it is his Intention to conducta 1 We conduct our business on the "George q'j 1 .
\ her home in.,Alabama
H. P. CHIPMANManager. ; general freight business, in the future Washington Plan"-no misrepresentation. ; "J H.Mfi f

Roasters Blenders and Shippers of PAZO PILES OINTMENT CURED IN ta S TO ruaranteea 14 DAYS. to Occur This Afternoon in connection with his other busi Neither luck nor chance enters into a shoe 11: i
CoffeesOUR owe any case of Itching Blind. Bleedingor made here. 1'4.
When the Blues Again Defeated money Protruding refunded.Pile 50c.in 6 to 14 days or From St. Katharine'sChurch. ness.Mr.. Stanford has about completedhis purchase f :
COFFEES ARe house and will soon be ready to !
GROCERS.. GIVE THEM A TRIAL. the Reds By Score Are you fond of good coffee? Try ,.. o- move into it. v.
Jackson Square the celebrated French 'L Boston Shoe Store< ,
'" Miss Ida closed her schoolat
drip cojfee. Leading, grocers have it.
DR. ALICE W. HERMAN, of2Oto7. the Whlttnyre school where she has : '
pound tight tins. The remains Mrs. Ella V. Coston, I 117S.PALAFOXST. ,', .
CHIROPODIST., been teaching for the past four ,__,____ 1.ss J !
Room 301. Brent Builtttng. 3d Floor. who expired at the borne of John .I.... months last Wednesday and returned ) .. 1 ,
btuifffiis inyjtfwtor nal4!
Ay corns. re- !
moved .cl<>ntl3raJiy without,, lin. Ma.nl'araig r Another interesting game of basketball PREACHING ON Pinney on West Gregory street Wed- home Friday. ". I. '

-"pertain. .Jioctlm_ :.4 'WaS played at tne Y. M. C. A. last f nesday, night, wtlljfce placed at' rest We have had the highest tide here :
- -- i night resulting in a victory for the this afternoon 'in st'J: hn's cemetery," during the past week since the:stormin How Our Acme Double ,Flint 't f"f!

SOMETHING NEW Blues, the score being 20 in their favor PALAFOX STREET the services being conducted at St. September. The weather Is remarkably 1 1Is
against 7 for the Reds.. warm. Coated Asphalt Roofing Excels ,1'1"J :
EQld-ftlle4 Beasty Pins, 25 and 3&c per pair
A number of beginners were Initia- Katharine's church at :3 I o'clock. The Mrs.. R. C. Irwin went TO Pensacola F j J.
w. A. Gahlenbeck 218 S. PaWei SUCOTTRCL1 will from the residence the mail launch Ruth on made from the beat Wool Felt. : .
cortege move Tuesday on
ted into the during the evening with :
gama Saturated'and coated under! a new process Asphalt. ': '.'. i I
" -- Some very fine work was done by the THREE OISTINCT SERVICES WEREIN of Mr. Pinney at 2:30 o'clock and business Is a robber-like (densely compressed) Roofing Felt. ,' 1.I t "i" I" .
more seasoned players, and a coupleof proceed to the church and. thence to Mr. Lathrop came out from Pensa- Coated on both sides with bilicate.RMists 'j ,
acids and fire. hsr .I
,," his residence the action of vapor
worked PROGRESS AT ONE TIME cola Wednesday to summer .
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.Pensacola. good teams are being up the cemetery. Not affected by heat or cold rJ, U U '! '1 ; .i
for the coming season. at Bellvtew. Mr. Lathrop hasa that never leaks. "
ria. The roofing; ; :
Thursday evening at_the Y. M. C. LAST NIGHT. The pallbearers will be H. Horsier. beautiful home here ana spends Easily affixed. i-fl : "
I A.. will be devoted to basketball and Herman Pinney, F.. B. Bruce, C. }t. much of his time on the sound fishing The experience of twenty the market.years proves It to be the best Q 4. \ 1.. '\ i

R. K. WHITE, in-door baseball. to the exclusion of Jones John B. Jones, W. L. Moyer, and getting much comfort and enjoyment Put Ready up in Roofing rolls 32 on Inches wide and 4" feet 41 Inches long, 4 I f' \ i
li'crmaltr! and Graduate Those who out of life 108 feet, wrapped in heavy casing. '
Mau1actunsgj.wsler. other gymnastic work. All membersof wanted to hear the gospel containing square
A. C. Blount, Jr. and J. C. Pettersen.
Cjtic:in,30 s. mates Strtet. Peasaoola. Fla. I the Y. M. C. A. and others Interested preached did not have to go far: Captain Asa Ward did not make his APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS. ))4 r1.I i.
.. -r--- in these games are urged to last night, for at one tIme on Palafox The remains of this highly'respec- usual trip to Pensacola last week <
: attend and take part in the fun. street three services were In progress, ted lady would hare been placed at but went down Sunday and returned '3Ply, 80 lbs. per roll, complete. j' 1 i 'J 1
Tersely Told There will be a game of either bas each conducted by different bodies of rest in the National cemetery, but for Wednesday. The captain is a good roll j' I
Ibs. 'complete. '
ketball or in-door baseball every religious ,workers, and all within one the fact that the regulations of the carpenter and was assisting on the 2-Ply, 70 per ,
Thursday night for the remainder of block. department do not permit of but one Pryor store at.Mary Esther which Is 1-Ply, 60 lbs per roll, complete. "' $f'+f'f't.t.: i
Mrs I M E. Bryan has gone to An- member,of a naval officer's family to
the season. At the corner of Palafox and Inten- nearing completion.Peaches Particllars Free. i f. i
(diiIIl :a. here she "will spend several dencia streets a family consisting of be buried in the national cemetery Samples and Full QOFJ 4 j ; ,
eeks visiting' her son. There I. no Reason father wife and a number of children, and recently Mrs.. Coston had the remains Also 3. 2 and Paper.1-ply Tarred Roofing Paper Sheathing andInsulating r I....f' 'i. I
john R a prominent busi&fsg why your baby ahoald be thin and held forth with drums and tambourines of her son lion. Chas. M.Coston .
Sharpe .
man of Bainbridge, Oav is in the fretful during the night. Worms are and gathered a .large crowd buried there by his father thus waiving la the Bat* Carolina Portland Cement Co.,:. j f* : i
rsit.E the cause of thin sickly babies. It about them. her right, and her body will con The latest addition to the list of
dj on a short business \ Is natural that a healthy baby shouldbe A little further south on the same sequently be interred in St. John's coiffures is the Ceres wreath in which Atlanta, Ga. _____ 'qj' :f

: M. Sessoms, of MilMgan, was fat and sleep well If your baby street a lone man preached to a crowd cemetery. fruit is substituted for the ordinary 'i ,

iong"!: the naval stores operators in does not retain its food, don't expert which collected, and of course the Sal bad to-day, a headache- Cower, says the London MalL At ,. .L j' ; : .
':i* city yesterday.S ment with colic cures and other medi.. produced a sensation \ t .
ration Army workers were out for morrow is"a sure sign you need L. L.L. recent ball a pretty girl
S Cameron and J." B. 'Ihompson, does, but try a bottle of White's their usual service. (Lamar's Lemon Laxative) It by wearing peaches composed of '
cf Holt Fla., were among the busi Cream Vermifuge and you will soon In addition to this a blind man, who touches your liver.. That's. where hand painted velvet. A woman approaching Sidewalks- jtlt't[ .
1I visitors in the city yesterday. see your baby have color and laugb had been traveling about the business your trouble is. mature years, in whose coiffure '

Thomas Kent, who went to Savan- as it should. Sold by all druggists. section of the city during the after All druggists 50c. a bunch of luscious looking purple !" !)
tab in search of cotton noon took his stand about tile middleof arranged '
last Sunday\ and green grapes was provided t
the block, and the shrill notes from That old sidewalk of yours is unsightly and insecure at t :
*re'men, is expected to return home BANKER'S SON A SCULLION. additional proof of the advent of 1 ,
tMa). HUMOR OF THE HOUR his flute could occasionally be heard Tiaras of cherries are beIng best, if not dangerous. It cheapens your property and men ,t :
above, the noise of the drums and the vogue. aces your safety. Save money by building a handsome, f,1 ,'
!Mrs. M Duncan and daughter, Miss singing Tomaff IC..Uat !It..lac! the Lowly sold for brunettes. They are madeof durable concrete walk ,that enhances your values 'j'
Bone, have gone to Gamier's Bayou Why the Governor Vacated. 80 as t* Iplift Tbem. velvet or a composition closely resembling cuts out accident and damage risks and is a continual .i : f
!fa a visit of two weeks to Mrs. Dun- "I bad been assigned to a room",at a Best in the cup Jackson Square Philip Yanzant, son of George Van- ivory realistically colored. source of satisfaction. : '1'.!-' :
an, brother. hotel In a small southern town said Coiree. The only premium given is ant, president of tbe Prairie State The precious metals are being used for Well build you a sidewalk that will be properly laid. of : i, 1
laff members of Naomi Rebekah the drummer. "and while making a guarantee of its quality. bank is putting in his vacation as a making more elaborate Ceres wreaths the best materials. and put down under the personal iruper- .t .,,i ,

..oo 1'o, 10 are requested to meet ready to go to bed ''I turned back, the scullion In the kitchen of a club at In which corn and fruit are .jaingled vision of a man who knows how AVell guarantee the work f 1 I
11 'Mr hall tonight at & o'clocn sharp.. eheets and found the place already A PESSIMIST'S QUESTIONS. Lake Geneva says a Chicago dispatch. One wrought la gold and three tonesof and keep it In repair. The price is reasonable. Call 'Phone ::4 : :

A fan) attendance is requested. Inhabited. They were there by the Young Mr. Vanzant is a theological yellows to express tie lights and I 1485..1. "i.4 t tl, i:ii:

Fourteen defendants were docketed score and I called up the landlord and Why. ta It that a cleaning of windows student In the University of Chicago shades of wheat ears and currant dusters i \-; !
pointed them out and asked: U the signal for a rainstorm? He toward the front where '
for trial in the municipal court yes- and his ambition is the ministry. rises 1
fcrdat morning by Recorder Laney. Is this the sort of bed you expect Why U John always late the nigtrt the Is filled with high ideals and is an the spikes of grain 'crow. Silver Pensacola Cement Stone Company, ;

W thi, number two defendants were a decent man to sleep In? took is out and visitors are expected earnest believer in the "uplIft. He wreaths are preferred by some women 1to I- .
th1ar&ed. sentence suspended incases 'By George, but that explains itr! In the evening? has taken. the course washing pots and are made of frosted and burnished ; -!.

fouI two cases nol pressed oneCOnUnue be exclaimed, with a whistle of sur- And why oh, why do visitors always and pans, carrying coal and mopping' metal, showing apples and foliage and S. J. Harvey Manager. !

and fines amounting to prise. come the one afternoon. in the up grease so that be can study thecharacter plums mingled with grasses and the :YJIT"ERE'S
U3 unposed "'It doesn't explain bow I am goingto week when one Is not dressed to receive of the people whom he proposes blossom.of the plum tree. I

gSt any sleep tonight!! them? i to reach when he begins his ""uplift" __ -
.lust *tat you want-Blue Ribbon "'No. but it explains why the governor Why does a woman think she has so : crusade. fie has been at the worka ; i

WI.on ana, \aoilla. Absolutely pure.o of the state, who was stopping much better taste than her richer little over a month. and In that time NO ACCIDENTS IN NATURE

?I twin lv fa and the "Blue Ribbon here one night last week got up afteran neighbor if abe but had as much money I Ito some of his Ideals have been smashedand Every Calamity, No Matter How Great :

2J,1a\"or'("" size.Ive.iv perfection. Ask for the hour and went out to finish the rest gratify It? others have received severe jolts. Has a Definite Beginning. I NEVER ANY LAKYROOIS :

9f the night In the barn. We all tookit Why is It that a leek in the pipe is I One of his most cherished ideals There are no accidents in nature. .
that be was odd in his ways and I democracy and the The avalanche that without a momenta 't
always discovered Saturday afternoon i about the greater headlong If houses, sheds and barns are covered wtih fi
the tickets in for disturbing rushes :your
pink charged him four bits extra smashed the first warning
when a plumber cannot be fonnd until of was
I equality
Ballard'. Obelisk flour andPremiums. the house, but I guess the old Monday morning? I Sunday he was at Lake Geneva. His down the mountain side is not an ac Rubberoid and Paroid roofing-the only roofing ;tJ ;fl t

get man was level beaded, and I jumpedon Why is It that when one has made a I fader mother and younger brother cident.For years previous tiny atoms have that withstood the'recent hurricane. Two carloads =$ t; ) r
him too hard. purchase one sees ten minutes later were guests of the club that day. been crystalizing, and adding their just receu ed.Saunders r t t
PE,, I something else which would have bees When it came time for dinner after he minute weight to the mass which left ,
SYLVESTER WEEKSTO Feminine "Way. better or cheaper or more becoming.. had turned the ice cream freezer, I its base when the accumulation ,, t.f 'i
PREACH SUNDAY. *1: understand," said the parson "that 1 Philadelphia Ledger. thrown out the garbage, cleaned up'the reached a certain point.

14>, you young ladles held the first meet- Tiny Viewer Sachet pots and pans, fixed the fires and 1 1either I is baldness an accident" The Mill Company, ; :. t

th: Ot1Dt hTheitereeks: at the Palafox will occupy lag of your debating club last night Quaint little flower sachets are'mad* scrubbed the greaae up from the floor j',Infiaitesmally small germ and Baldness which is Phone 717. 21 Cast Cantoi Street. ;r.J :
Methodist of discussion of Dandruff I1 '
C" What was the subject your had let it spill over he the cause
-rb *' the and of bits of ribbon twisted and knotted where the cook I' the .j'
th,,: forenoon service ?" put on his coat au
  • ;' "ibe[) no evening service. Thf4n..zatton and touched ever so lightly with brush cleaned himself up 1 'i
    (4(: I do not remember an- to dine with ;:suIt is.Seen.The
    "Really colon until went into the dining room -- ------
    will unite with the Fn'stt4. and wtter' they are realistic small germs which tnrive onthe -
    "i. congregation In the way. and which are '
    kl*n*. Of meetings now being con- "but anyway tile subject had nothing i' daisies great pale violets and the prettiest -, some of the members, knowing he bad 1! Baldness scalp and Dandruff cannot exist, Subscribe for the Journal It will 'fi nF tl tlbe
    sa wbafwe. talked I
    here todo with work objected and fcerpicide
    Its and many will attend of aU, orchids, are all made, each : been doing menial boweveiv when Xewbro's
    <"n.l'e Sunday night. Detroit Trttmoe. about.-I' concealing the tiniest bag paekvd with .were so rude about It that he was ,j i'Is appUed. door for tOe

    .. faint deBdotM perfume. They are obliged to withdraw. j For sale by W. A. D-Alemberte South, delivered to your a. rtl
    Bible class ; apothecary. 121
    a and
    Vanzant has organized druggist
    for tug la a pile of. handkerchiefs
    ) s.lltm .t or la. Tell or glove snowy or collar among the help, lo which he devotes !1 Palafox street, or send lOc. in stamps t
    VaII1f"A Co.,. De- week.
    tive __ fWD"to I'I aa-fewr. Sunday. .. ... .: :[for sample to The Herpicide .
    UBV'J. cam or attached to the trout every. .*.#... I "f I
    tab a* ':;" troit. Mich.
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    ti : Ih J ftttoin i *titat -arduous visiting The professor'my: :'e-1lha''I-grandchildren is the guest going" 'around of, his: flRTS.I I 'K.ft'' 'PROBLEMS iii.NEXT- FOR LEGISLATURE...THE..*. .w. .*#**i 1 STATE RESTS IN Just ReceivedOne

    n phew one.'yho.of the is Jn commercial>lontgomery colleges.and attendIng -. ...........--... .. &jg, barrelof

    --- is stopping at one of the leading Fullness.; &#* #**##****#* ** the famous

    boarding houses where he has become Thanksgiving day is near at hand; spring CHRISTMAS
    DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. quite a favorite. He is a splendid violinist We're brimming full of glee. Florida's legislature, next calling a

    t PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY and with 'his violin he entertains We'll soon be full of turkey meat, ought state constitutional to pass a resolution conventionLakeCity HorehounjCough
    the crowds for hours during the And full of misery.
    ...BY.., evening. -Paul Cook. Index.
    -i think I am entitled to an annuity Law.
    THE JOURNAL COMPANY. from Andrew Carnegie said Professor An Exaggeration.Mrs. Repeal of Drainage of the first bills to TRIAl
    Of one
    t. ... Allen, "and,I have written him E. R. Thomas, the day her the course legislature at Its next session i
    telling him of my wish." The professor -horse "Memesis" won at Gravesend pass the infamous Drops
    /: FRANK U MAYES, President anll General Manager then produced the following let- was congratulated on the brilliant ..will be one to repeal should_ never have I

    --...... ter to the great millionaire philanthropist success of her racing stable. drainage law,which Tallahassee True (Continued from First Page.)

    f.- MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. :' "When one wins," Mrs. Thomas an- I Democrat.been enacted. stated that hf did not put down'every --

    ..ow___,....'. '-- "Andrew Carnegie, Esq. New York swered modestly, "one's losses are for. word that was said by witness but A pleasant and inexpensive
    F gotten. But in racing one's losses are I -
    City N. Y, Administration Measure l only the substance of what he had
    :, SUBUCRIPTION RATES "Dear Sir-The fame of your gen many and the keeping of a stable has It is not all likely that those cough remedy.

    l One Tear .. .. ..........|ooo One Month .. .. .. .. .. 45 erous annuities has just come to my Its troubles. "Administrative Measures," we are I I said.Louis Avery and Joe Christmas were for

    Six Months .. .. ... .. .. 2 BO One Week.. ... .. .. .. .. 10 notice. "The general Idea of a racing'stable I'threatened with. will slide throughthe I I questioned about the condition of the Big bag

    ," Three Months. .. .. .. 125 Weekly Edition per year..$1 CO "I was born the 3d of January, 1828; the idea that It Is o*< long triumph next legislature so easily. The I Christmas premises the morning after

    F and am ncf.v in my 79th )-ear. J attended and joy. Is very wrong. It is as exag- tricks, perhaps cannot be worked so [the homicide about the tracks of a 5 cents
    i ,
    school six months before I was gerated as the foreigner's 'descriptionof easily.-Tallahasee True Democrat. .II I horse and a mule found there by them,
    The Only Peasacolo Afewspapar From Which a Detailed 21 years old. When I was in my 22(3( our mammoth hotels. I for the purpose of Impeaching the

    Circulation Statement Can Bo Secured. year, I attended school ten months by ."This. man said of our hotels: Bills Being Prepared. testimony of Jack Boone and Jim
    Belling all I had-a horse bridle and 'In America everything Is on a The next session of the legislature, Hall, the two negro witnesses first Introduced HooioN's PHARMACY

    f saddle. I graduated with honor andaccepted grand scale. They have gigantic buildings will no doubt be quite an Interesting by the state. ,
    school for six months. of incredible splendor. I lived in one. The legislators are already pre and THE
    Papers Sale Trains a I! Harry Bryan was next' sworn PROMPT
    1 Ph.,," I Editorial Business[| Offlc Room,*1BOO 38 I I on Since that time. I have continued In New York in a hotel of such colossal paring bills by the dozen and when ''testified 'that be resioea at Cottonwood BIRTHPLMRCF

    't. and at all News Stands. the profession of teaching, having proportions that when I rang the bell next April rolls around Tallahassee !:1 ; that b.e met Boone on the road

    ;M taught nine months last year. I have Thursday evening th waiter would" gives 'promise of being an animated i,at.the time In question and returned PHONE 1100.Beautify .
    in the schoolsof come to my room :Monday morning. scene.Bartow Record.
    taught fifty-six years Cottonwood with him. Witness
    f:: Offices-Journal Building-Corner Intendvnoia and DeLuna Sts. Alabama and Florida, and I love I I to stated that Boone told him mat he
    With Profuse 'Apolcgies. Deaf and Blind School. I[
    the work now, but I crave some ;, well in
    re/ When you're riding in your auto with The attendance at the Deaf and tracked a buggy to the public
    and will grant me an an/j- YourDining
    f, PEXSACOLA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, MORNING. NOVEMBER 23, 1306. hope you the your,head high in the air, Blind School at the present time is I I Campbellton.Ed. .
    that will enable to spend
    ity me
    z.-;' And all the world seems rosy, with no taxing that institution to' Its utmost Peacock and Young testified
    remainder of my days In ease and appropriation for that -'one of five negroes held for
    thought of worry care capacity. That an I
    tj What Might Have Been Dr. Hannah is made entirely of steel happiness. When you's gliding down the boulevard ,new buildings will be made by the I the crime,. while they were under Room

    t 4 and concrete. It Is quite likely thata "Respectfully ,. the wheel within your next legislature la a foregone conclu:, guard at Pe cock's store, said In his

    and Should Now Be. great deal more of this class of The foregoing "L Professor E. ALLEN.Allen grip sion. The present-buildings will no i presence \vhat you have ,said, boys,
    J says Your machine a-goin- a mighty be equipped with modern con Is all right, but what you Know stickto
    The New Orleans Picayune wants building will be done in Pensacola has been endorsed by N. B. Eroward chug doubt !.
    r dangerous clip veniences and used either for the colored it or,die.,by It" Two of these negroes forThanksgiving
    to know who owns the hundreds of of Florida W. B. Lamar,
    during coming governor ;
    : year. You must gaze about you sharply, this department or,for new Industrial when testifying in behalf of the
    r thousands of tons of square granite All indications point to cement as member of congress from the Third advice you mustn't scout enterprises.-St Augustine Record. I state had said that no such statements -

    blocks which were some time ago displaced the chief building material of the district of Florida: N. B. Cook, superintendent For the con-sta-ble will get you were made by any of the five

    t: on the ,streets of that city by future-even of public Instruction of Es- If you Repeal of I I. I. Act. that were being held *;>r the crime.At .
    for residences
    as well as cambia county, Fla.; A. M. McMiUan.I The drainage Issue Is now up to the
    for din-
    this point court adjourned
    more modem paring, but which havek business buildings. In addition to the clerk of the circuit court of Escambia don'twatch legislature. Let that body, a large
    ner. .
    k 'since been appropriated, hauled away fact that it is fire proof and that it county, Fla.; J.; S. Roberts. tax collector watchout! majority of whose members are already Afternoon Session. The best and cheapest

    r and utilized by private parties. will last practicall forever, It is also Escambia county Fla. -Milwaukee Sentinel) pronounced opponents of the :Miss Allie Richardson, the stenographer -
    that while scheme, now begin the workof way to do thi: is to let
    iThe Picayune out defeated
    C points
    said to be 1T who reported the testimony: at
    nearly as cheap as wood # ###* $$ ** # that the
    r Jthesb granite blocks are not considered for building and if lumber # : Chinese Idea of Credit. undoing all of the mischief the habeas corpus trial was placedon : us frame sorm oi: hoe!
    , purposes I A Chinese laundryman In Tallahassee schemers have committed, so far as a
    ;f: as good as modern paving ma- continues to in FLORIDA PRESS # the the stand immediately on the reconvening pictures have
    price cement
    go up I a few weeks ago presented a bill cure Is possible. Why not repeal of court and much tim! was you Almost -
    f \ terlal. yet. In view of the, fact that and steel may become even cheaper # ON POOR BONI. ** i to the secretary of state for laundry "Internal Improvement ,Act," and consumed looking for testimony de- any picture will
    f:. New Orleans has hundreds of miles # which of lands now
    than wood. : of towels for the Capitol was place the remnant public
    %s *% sired; by the defense who trerc not
    t of streets paved only with mud, the long past due: The secretary asked remaining In the state's possession In willing to Introduce the whole record look well in one of our

    !' I'city might better use the granite John Sharpe Williams in a recent i John Chinaman if he wasn't afraid to the custody of, an inexpensive com Miss Richardson was excused until frames.
    Bad Bargain. i credit him such a long time and thi missioner or commission, under the
    r .there than permit it to be hauled off speech at Gulfport, Miss., in discussing counsel could go over the record and
    the proposed attempt to repealthe Considering that she was the daughter -I Celestial 'answered: "No; man hu direct supervision of the legislature? I tgree upon the testimony to be used.
    Jifor use by private interests. of It is whata time all time man -Tallahassee True Democrat '
    ; fourteenth and fifteenth amend- Jay Gould. amazing good one he good ; Tom Jackson testified that be founda
    f- > The point is well taken and we bad bargain the countess made.- !he no good one ,time, he no good no I' In the where the The
    pillow case room Gem Book Store
    ments to the
    federal constitution, Miami News.Expensive Delegation of Powers. ,
    t i refer to it here because it has the time. family was murdered at the time the ,
    'of their
    said "I would rather The people should demand
    : retire from I
    r i effect of emphasizing a not altogether Alimony. strict crime was discovered. The pillowcase
    has.secured abso- I Girls. members In the legislature a Cn.JOHNSON, Prop.
    labors In than Anna Gould an
    my congress appeal to '
    : parallel, but somewhat similar condition husband The summer girl, the winter girl. account for all their doings there. was exhibited and Identified and
    lute divorce from her titled ,
    Phone 233: 2W S. Palafox.I
    the voters on a false issue. It is now drain showed two shoe tracks, one of which
    :, Insist that more
    in Pensacola.
    should no
    but has to pay alimony to' the graceless I The girl of gentle spring. They
    r For years, going back even beyond I Ir up to Hoke Smith and John Beard to fellow of $30,000 anuallY.-ocala The pretty girl, the witty girl, age amendments be sent out to agitate deemed to have been made by a 'rub- -
    ber shoe.Witness ont
    give the Democratic leader a little And other: girls we sing. the state and cause outsiders to pointed several -
    I the time to which the of liv- Banner, the and KILLED YOUNG
    memory specks on pillow testified WIFE
    friendly advice along this line. But ,all the girls and all the curls think 'the grafters have It all' their
    .Ing man runneth not to the contra- II they were spots oi blood.
    And all the dimples too. own way. Plainly, the legislature AND THEN HIMSELFBy
    ; Saddled With Boni's Debts.
    f't ry, Pensacola has been the recipient General Bell recently wired the i Much safer are when viewed afar, should legislate, and never again even

    t:' ,Iof;! ship load after ship load of granite president of the arrival of Theodore The Countess de Castellane is to I And not too close. to you.Paul: show a willingness to delegate Its The c.fMia.fleiaverygraefu1. AOcUtd Prrt
    ; be saddled with Boni's debts. It'scertainly Cook., powers to others, no matter how good Grand RApids, itich. Nov :%,-\
    rock--eno\1'h and more than would Roosevelt Bell and asked that he be costly to divorce a titled I '
    ''have I Ii nor 'how capable they may be.-St He Is and flirtation. ter a trivial Quarrel with Ms bride of
    1; been required 'to pave every I assigned to duty: A second message European husband, but it's cheap at I The U--;; "We." Augustine Record. Is saucy&lsoone of the sweetest three months over the purchase ot
    i- street in the city and bulk-head the followed the first explaining tnat theboy" any price.: -Tampa News. Senator Spooner.of Wisconsin, Is a some furniture, Dates Highland, .

    ,: 1 entire water front. successful hunter ,of big game. On The. Law of Laws.
    : was a "girl" so it is presumedthe ers.He farmer living near Caasnoria. shot
    Needs a'::Guardian. I one of his trips he had for ala guide Drummond tells us in his "Natural sometimes mews like a cat; hence
    The and killed then tunicsthe
    r greater part of this rock has president changed his order as- that her to-day:
    Bill Murray. They were out looking Law in the Spiritual World" his name.
    Count Boni spent $10,000,000 of his on himself, dying fnstam
    f been sunk in the bay and lost., ,A signing "Teddy R. Bell" to duty and I for bear orvdeer one day when Murray back of all the laws of Nature is yet He Imitates wonderfully. the songs weapon \
    while he
    wife's money and was spending lYe Highland was 28 and his wife ::
    large portion has been secured and made "Miss Bell" a sponsor for some this huge sum he allowed his wife I suddenly threw up,Ills rifle and fired. another one-the law of lawswhichhe of other birds.- years old.VESSEL.

    used by private citizens who had t"he regiment. JSO.00 per month for pin money. It is The senator,saw aa anImal fall heavily calls'the law of continuity, whose He has been, beard to Imitate perfectly I

    i f: means of getting it, and a very little plain that the count is in need of a and called: "We've got him this office is to make all the others con- a strain from "Yankee Doodle." IS LOST
    The Atlanta Georgian, having made guardian.-Apalachicola Times. time.. BilL" "'Wesueered! thegulde., tinuous in their operation without any His Is a medley of all the odd
    t of it has been used by the government the seat of Harvie Jordan in the .-' l'rfher a no we,!atgut It, I killed him lapses fractures, or suspensions. Here and quaint BOOK Bounds he baa been able t* WITH ALL ON BOARD
    In building a bulk head or, crib at the plain enough!" Quickly"making their is' a hint from nature which our FlorIda '

    t p ,quarantine station. Southern; Cotton Association too hot Bpni's Pedigree. I: way to where their quarry lay, they legislators should bear in mind collect By Auostatsd Pr....

    i- Now the point is, what have the city for him, now wants that associationto We have not taken the trouble to I found a fine specimen of Jersey calf. when they meet.In Tallahassee next He Is not afraid of man and build Quebec Nov. 28.-A vessel suppose
    elect Torn atson to succeed Jor trace Count Boni's pedigree very far "We've killed somebody's calf!", yelled year. We have enough laws now on frequently close to your door to be the baric Madga, has been lest

    i--: governments been doing all these dan. The latter has 'decided not to back, but we are convinced that he Is the guide. Senator Spooner gave hima the statute book to regulate our con- He lives chiefly! on Insects, destroying .- on Red Island reef with all on board

    : i :Tears,, and what is the present one a direct descendant of that well-known withering glance and said; "William duct, and we have had for many years Incredible cambers bat be ales She carried a crew of fourteen men.

    t 1 I doing that some provision is not made stand for re-election but it is doubtful character," the gentlemanly giant who you should be :more particular in jour past. We don't need another one for poaches upon the ftcaer's rh.rgto< *ai

    { to secure and utilize this ballast as if,the populist leader can slip into killed the goose that laid the golden : choice of pronouns.,","'We' Isn't adapted that purpose speaking generally. If strawberries Bomb Outrage Perpetrated.

    t. } It is brought here the berth. egg.-Sanford Chronicle. I to this particular Instance." those laws were enforced we would -- ... ,Constantinople Nov. 22.-Another
    1fJ- have almost Utopian conditions here bomb outrage was perpetrated In t.tl
    ' t Hy supplying a place to unload it, An interesting suit has been instituted Spent a Fortune. I Botany. and would in time breed a race of Com. dr Bi>. Pera quarter today. No details ar.

    ! providing a rock crusher and a steamroller in Jacksonville by Pope and That Boni Castellane said to one "Where purple Asters in the wood- people but little lower than the angels. Where are two heads better than obtainable.

    Pensacola could have almost i Pope against James E. Alexander, of of his female acquaintances that his lands nod Taking] the hint from Drummond we
    for the DeLand in which the wife which In She said we'd go' and study' goldenrod need Just one more law-the law of one? In a barrel. THE WHOLESOME WOMAN.
    i asking some of the finest plaintiffs sue was bourgeois means
    make'effective What baa a branch, but has no
    laws-to those we now
    macadam streets in the world. I I for fees due for prosecuting election the vernacular of the king that her .
    kinds the Is leaves? Elver. .
    r 1 father rolled up a fortune and he has As there are eighty theme have and compel their enforcement.Let Some Plola Word .. the Real ScerHf
    When one thinks of the miles of officers In Volusia county. Before succeeded very well in peeling it off.Leesburg vast- the solons recently elected lend What are the poles that nobody rentatae BcatrIf -

    , v streets paved only with stand, of the, I the suit Is ended some very interest Commercial I'll do some courting while the lessons their combined intelligence to the climbs? North and sooth poles. 'the woman of the twentieth 'fD'
    i; opportunities which have been lost ing disclosures are likely to be made., last. framing of that statute and, if they What capes are not worn? Cape tury U joiflf'to gtyttie greater prl
    succeed, they will earn the undying
    Ii, i and of the lack of effort, up even to I It" One of Thaw's attorneys in New Anna's Sense of Humor. "They, were playing they said at a gratitude of all the generations of Cod and Cape Ann. I of her watiAt,,&oun to unnecessary

    r the present time, to secure something York has defended and secured ac TheVashlngton Herald thinks the practice game Floridians to come. The supreme and What has a top that cannot spin? A care of her body, c steks to the level

    t" better, it is almost enough to make for Countess Castellane has a fine That they oft had played before, all-embracing curse of this nation today mountain., Of th Ifid! AklQaa'v, wt were H..
    quittals sixteen
    _"' I ,a man lose faith in the business capacity persons charged sense of; humor. When the sheriffs And curious friends stood by and is the non-enforcement of law, Bargain instinct pete of the tfftat chief Hundred ol
    with homicide, but his ,seventeenthcase came to levy on something with smiled, and if'the statute can be enacted to years :* t' *bN wftt! oJ d
    t of popular municipal goverament. is Boni's debts she turned And wondered which one would score. She would hATe declared streao
    likely to make a break in his which to pay remedy that stupendous evil we will and paifitad as& owlruns vitl
    . \ excellent record. over the oil portraits of the noble De But Cupid, as umpire, called the find the hardest of our problems onsljr that she did not Lave the sharks teeth acfl, vraapumr-t&ey: tii
    Castellane family to them.-St. Augustine game solved and the management of the fezmoine; bargain: mania, but-
    i I J Atlanta is agitating the question of Poor Boni-the one time husband of Record. With a clear and cloudless sky, rest will DC easy work. But it will "George" she asked in the sweet rings on their fingers ana bells os
    And the minister smiled, as he hung their tooa. tCbat feeal difference it:
    holding a prohibition election. What Anna Gould-is not in take little less than divine wisdom to
    very popular With Grits. out the way a woman always opens an > there betwerict2.Upe ladles of ttt
    i" Served
    I -will the Capital City Club and the score. frame such a law, and that kind of argument :
    I Peachtree I I the opinion of Florida newspaper men. Count Boni de Castellane, the for For the game had come outa, tie." wisdom Is not the rule at Tallahasseeand ,- how much did you have to Choctaws and the Iroquois and ti<

    : I; sports do with Atlanta dry. The count might get a stake from mer husband of the Countess, formerly More. other legislative centers in this pay for the marriage license fine ladies of'twdayl And yet tie

    Modern CementConstruction damage suits if he'would come. over Miss Anna Gould" got a very As we draw Nothing near the close of day, country,-Live Oak Democrat: "Two dollars," he replied. echo to thE &&offte nrfern wosu!

    I I and investigate.A delightful dish of grits served to him With slow and weary pace, Two ,dollars this week in the court 01 Paris. -- aD
    1 Buildings.The of the the ''
    We often write lines like these cry cl&&labGrei, ry
    lour thoughtfully. "Couldn't
    Kentucky Democrat had his shoul-- Mingled in with the grits was an. absolute Wardrobe (CIctfce Baps.! you get tbt
    Mobile Register advises visitors i I der dislocated by a fall brought on by divorce for the countess, a refusal That merely fill up spacePaul Cook.' Bags to protect clothes hanging In them three for five 1"' the home prec8ing ot,'*xasolfed problrcps the of ef town
    : to that city to take a "car to the' his stepping on a corn cob. Perhaps for his demand of $50,000. and the wardrobe or closet are made by a Then when he asserted that he tamortal the world- "b1e cry! Ihp
    I I several other dainties that will tendto few artistic souls of flowered stuffs goal-the
    new union depot and see what is some other democrat received a fall Mixed. was no :Mormon ehe woke up and dawdles her face and grimaces
    over llly
    doing there in the line of cement con-' place ihe flighty noactount on Edwin Markham at a dinner in New instead of the usual white muslin blushed and tried
    from the stuff that came off tnat cob. Miami to'explain: and before The> squi"
    the swine again.- Metropolis. a mjrror
    which such whitewashed
    York said of mixed metaphors; produces a effect -
    struction and high-class architectural only mJudge. things little At
    worse.- was the nobler of tile tw>
    The Tampa fair seems to be a good Bum "When I was teaching in Los An- when the closet door Is opened.Some > woman "

    'work. I "feeling" place for aspiring gubernatorial Genteel Little Anna Gould who bought the geles I used .to read every week a of these coven are In the formof __ _____________ least she "tired up to her lights.
    "Another exhibit worthy of, attention -i little country paper whose editor'smetaphors sheets to be folded around the bang- The whole "fMaaaAnUoB enter.
    little French Count Castellane for a
    : candidates. Gilcbrist andseveral ,- lUly- Wolf who
    is the Joy to Hunter Is The woman
    laundry building on St. husband and found him a false and were an unfailing leg dress. prise delusive.
    : others have been down to A modern Nimrod a hunter ol l1eatned, wb\\)
    : manuel street near Dauphin, made lecherous rake who only wanted her me."OnCe scrupulously zfrda
    :; wholly of cement. There is not a i "look over the exhibits." for her share of the millions which I remember thIs editor wroteof Tke Fait Pigs the old school), has just died in Italy, observes the lairs of health, who dOd

    ': stick of timber in it, and all the' Atlanta will soon be In the lime- her father Jay Gould, had managedto ..a Thus contemporary the black: lie, Issuing 'from Some who feed their pigs largely on For half a century he made wolf the duty of each day *s thODP "
    I in and another grain and crowd them to marketable then gItsr
    accumulate one way hunting a business which mIght be her last and
    beams, as well as the walls are i light again. An attorney who once his base throat, becomes a boomerangIn kept him
    : got her divorce from him the other wegbts at six months of age eell then best efforts to making her world bitter
    made of cement. There his hand and hoisting him by his in comfort and left a margin for _
    few ,
    are very lived in counselfor ,
    Georgia city is i considering
    I day and left him a broken-hearted in April and May, writes a Michigan and bAppier.: without much
    structures of the kind in the country Harry Thaw in the famous trial genteel bum without the price of a own petard' leaves him a marked man fanner io 'American Agriculturist "rainy day'iVherever there WM s her oirn t'Omple11oD-that *t-

    as yet, but cement Is growing In favor -I: which begins in New York on Dec :3.: meal ticket. But he still has his for"lIe life.said: in an article i>a nome life;j i j Others prefer to feed less grain wolf to be destroyed Luca Chiarettlra man is not only adzafraWe for btt

    and will- be In general use ere trumpery title and he may be able to"work" I 'The faithful watch-dog or the! through the winter, letting the pigs eat \ called. in, and many were hii character, but she is also likely to be

    : long. When Roosevelt returns from Panama -' some other rich and silly good wife standing at the door, welcomes I more clover, corn fodder roots and rage encounter and many the far better looking thaa her bslAceloverdressed
    who wants to succeed
    American girl .
    "The third example of cement construction Poultney Bigelow will find out how j Anna as "Countess."-Live Oak Demo the. master home with honest I cheaper,feeds until grass starts. They scare left upon his body aa wit- powdered. toured, 'C*

    : Is the Van Antwerp office many different kinds of lies he has crat. bark. I then make a rapid growth with the nesses. His left hand showed the rated." m&taagcd and overmtnlpnlat-

    building that is to occupy the southwest told about ,the big ditch. "Another time on a more persoc/I i dairy wastes In which to mix the mealor marks of some terrible rips, ttattin- ed sister.-Kate Upsoa Clark m L4lie's *
    -- Sport, Gambler and Roue. matter, be declared: I mill feed A good share of the feed ed in o
    : corner of Royal and Dauphin : executing a royal commisiion Weekly.
    New York will have time to Thawout ; Just think of as intelligent, culti 'Our cow has been milked In the is gathered from the fields. This method -

    streets. The southern half of the between Dec. :3: and Xmas. vated girls as Anni Gould and Con- I pasture for three, mornings running: gives excellent butcher's pork and from the present king's grandfather

    ; building has reached its second-story I seulo Yandebilt allowing such broken : before we got around it. We know!I is also an excellent plan to follow In the Victor Emmanuel of his.ttry .... D.fM"

    -. leveL The building is to be ten s C: down old foreign sports, gamblers and : who the miscreant is, and it he doe$ producing the praoent very popular so long since u J875. It was RAre you a woisfalper of wettfc"!

    -' stories high, and to be made of cement -I' runes as Count Bent de Castellane and I the It again we fall will where mention they his name. let: ,, bacon hoy. his ambition to capture the beast asked the censorious friend.

    PROF.. I. E. ALLEN $ the Duke of Marlborough, persuadingthem I chips wilL'j j alive and be exteaf" answered 3"Du4iu .
    : exclusively. It will be the ': "In obituary of a farmer he closed with it for the To .some
    IN MONTGOMERY. that they were loved not for
    largest cement house In the Scnth.? ;; --:.. 7lf their riches but themselves, and marrying wrote: i ii Oil painted walls must be washed purpose, but the wolf got his left Stax. *!
    ,Pensacola also offers some similar ; Montgomery Times. C such cattle when they could i "The race was run at last. Like a with soap and water, using a soft hand in its .aws'gn tore it so furl. ""How: can you be guilty of e*
    : tired steed, he crossed the sarbor-bar flannel cloth, are being taken to wring ously that avaricef
    examples of cement construction.The have secured good honest, sober loving t j with the maimed hand
    husbands at home.-Gainesville and, casting aside'whip and spur, lajr lit out well before using. Use cold water till betweii "It Uat' a,Uiet. It's S4lf esteiu>
    handsome Blount I II )the-.nunal'. teeth *
    seven-story I down upon that bourn from which no. .
    i-ierator. to finish and dry with a soft linen tad te sbootii WashIngton 2tar.i .
    office traveler returns." with his right
    building, now nearing comple- j jI eioth,
    tion. Is entirely fire proof, every beam, Prof. I. E. Allen of Flortaa, Is In Correct Pronunciation.Once I

    girder and pillar In It being of reinforced the city tOday.The professor has a in Nice,'an Englishman and a I --
    long flowing white beard, and looks Frenchman were about separate' on
    concrete, and even the partitions Indeed like one of the patriarchs of the Promenade des Anglais.

    ;: themselves are being made of old.. He is, an interesting talker and The Englishman as He started towards

    metal lathes and fire proof plaster. loves to converse about his fifty years' the Cercle ,Mediterrane, called Plantation
    ;; The new Brent building is of similar experience as a school teacher.: He back: : ; Sarsaparilla.

    construction-- and the two-story is seventy-nine years old but is apparently "Au reservoir!"
    as ;.vigorous: as a man of fifty. And the Frenchman waved his hand
    building now nearing completion' on "I am In Montgomery said "tak.t -and answered: I

    : Y c-t Rom lna street and owned by a vacation, after many years ,of .Tanksi" loual to any i.oo preparation on-trio market.' '


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    Hams and Bacon faCENTURY.. >! f THE"SHOE MEN WITH,A REPUTATION. i tl'f-f' :

    I PEOPLE AND EVENTS ."" ---'Ji.-ss: '

    of ,Special to The Jour:al. Hi f
    Superior Quality Friday'sCrawd-Coaxers-
    Century Nov.. 22.-Miss Laura Cuy-
    ler left for New Orleans Tuesday F

    morning accompanied by her mother. ,, ,
    Morreirs. Iowa Pride :Miss Laura goes to enter the training Here those : ; ,
    BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. school are great Friday values we were telling : I
    at Touro Hospital. May
    1 1I Hams and Bacon are well cess attend her- suc- you to wait for. A special feature for Friday t ; :

    Telephone1"0'! 669 Before S pM- and favorably known to Mrs. Dr. O'Gwynne has returned '
    I ( No. 38 After 3 P. M. from a visit to Dr. O'Gwynne's only. We told you there would ,never be more than tol. 11
    \ the best tradethey'refresh ents at Camden Ala.Mrs. four items and never less than two. For the first Fri i;'1 ,

    crisp, tender, Pingleton, of Hammac, spenta day we are going to give'ou the Hmitby offering four ;l; t
    few days with her mother Mrs Me- ,
    U- juicy. And cool weather, Dowall. crowd-coaxers, every one of them good value, at the t )

    A Man's Reason. will find .you hankeringafter Mrs. Rice, of Pollard has moved to regular price, and,at the crowd-coaxing price. You ,- l' 1'

    IoU ask me why I love you, dear. The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature a little of this sort our Mr.town.Ferrall, of Birmingham, Ala., is say they are wonders. V" twill /'

    :ioery., very much. for breakfast. Phone us now connected with the office forceof w
    Is !it the simple tenderness the Alger-Sullivan Lumber Co. He

    Oi your sweet woman's touch? your order. is accompanied by his wife. Crowd-Coaxcr ,No. 1.-$3.50 Ladies' Patent Colt .'; 1,1
    ;.' it your eyes so deeply blue and Miss Monday Maggie but Ray is was able ill to Sunday resume Shoes, dull kid 'tops, in bluchers or plain lace; light "::;

    thrill heart with love? Sol Cahn & Co her duties. soles 't't !
    That my turn ,with full .Cuban heels, or heavy exterior 4 : :
    l 1-. ii your hair "wnose golden strands Bible, Circle Study met Tuesday af- ,
    Are sninlng just above? The Pure Food Store, ternoon. The members are enjoying soles, with military heels, all sizes and widths, today ; .. :,j! .

    i Southwest Corner Palates. and IntendtncilPheie the study 'very much .' $230: 1':' "
    '1 ell me is it your wondrous voice Mr. Hturey has commenced to grind Po, :t' .t

    That fills my soul with bliss J JJ Sr cane and make molasses His mill Crowd-Coaxer No. 2.-. $1.50 Ladies' Shoes, patent "
    0- i*;. it lust the ecstasyOf is now. a favorite place of resort. 't
    jour warm, clinging kiss! Mr. Pingteton's mother who was and plain tips, bluchers or straight lace, light and ," ,

    sick for 'some time grew worse and heavy soles Cuban i!
    military, spring or common : .
    Is it the rose that blooms your cheek? before her son could reach beV bedsides "
    '- i it the Cupid's bow dII ig1 [ D she was 'dead. The sympathyof sense heels, any' style that pleases you, sizes 2 to 8, : '

    1'::131 bangs upon your pouting lips. ,all his friends is extended to him today .. $1.10 "I''" ,1( ,
    hat makes me love you so? CAFENONPAREIL in his great sorrow. : : ,
    pas Mr. Houss spent Wednesday in Mo :
    Crowd-Coaxer No. 3. Misses'
    a -$1.25 Patent tips,
    No sweetheart These are added .
    bile.Mr. '
    charms; Rice and Mr. Crannell. committee lace shoes, a good, sensible broad toe, with a school j

    They did not take men in. on refreshments called a meetingof heel sizes 11/ to 2-and just think= 90c '
    I I the ladies the to-day. ,
    1 line you, dearest one becauseYou at Century Club : ; ;
    were so hard to win. t last Wednesday afternoon. Into their ,4*
    -Tom Masson in Munsey's Maga- '! 8 1-2 S. Palates Street upstairs.. able hands was committed the final Crowd-Coaxer No. 4.-$1.50 and $1.25Children's ,; ,

    zie.MRS.. = Open 7am.to9p.m.OUR arrangements. 'We of the know Thanksgiving that all partaking refreshments. -. Little Gents' Shoes, light and heavy soles, lace ,:', ,: : '

    HENRY BAARS ENTERTAINS : Centurians will rise up and call or button; vici kids and box calfs, patent and plain ,

    MRS. LIVINGSTON ROWE = SPECIALTIES: II them, blessed. tips, school heels or spring heels, bluchers and .\ ; t J i

    SCHUYLER.Urs. Livingston Rowe Schujler, of ,I 2.30 Business 50 cent Man'. Dinner 12 to E- The climax of a good meal-a cup straight lace, every pair solid and serviceable children's .;' .i; .
    P rtfec
    Theatre regular board
    \''W York. Is In the city the guest of ,,.;.: era and Meal Tickets. i of Jackson Square ffee. Ask your sizes 5 to 8; little ,gents' sizes 9 to 13/, today : r
    Mrs Henry Baars at her beautiful grocer for a free sample. i
    $1.00 ,
    I i '
    Jfj 3..1 ;
    -.ihurban: home "The Towers"SIrs. t 4t
    ;. Schuyler is the wife of Dr. Liv-i : The neatest, cleanest and best its Obelisk Flour makes ,, .1. K.
    ,,Aston Rowe Scbuyler rector of I place tn town in which to get your MN a meala IB happy home. It pleases No Friday's Crowd-Coaxers on Approval. Come '-.f II
    varsdale Episcopal church of New Come once,w. will trust you to if I every l

    '\ork place City. with She the holds Daughters a very promiifnt of the- 1':1 come again. .'x' member of the family. Look take a look, buy if you please. ; 'f ,

    .aI nI'iIfWqj; for tickets
    in I
    pink t ,
    i onfederacy and has done some l lI. packages. .'; ..:
    n .
    splendid work In their behalf. ... "

    Mrs. Schuyler is a woman of rare i MEYER SHOE CO. } : !
    tact and charming personality and PersonalMention DOCTORS UP IN BALLOON, ,

    has been able to succeed where many I 105 South Palafox Street. Feet Furnishers For Folks. '0. ; ,
    others would have failed. At the The Nomads will meet Monday afternoon Ptrt .A8e.h.. Ia I.iI.re.t..u. of P .r.5.avivsraoai .. '
    national reunion of the Daughters of I. qqp qqpd.1 with :Mrs. John B. Jones, at :' .-

    the Confederacy, held recently in San her residence, No. 302 North Barce- A balloon trip which is expected to ;

    Francisco she was instrumental in lona street have wide results In the ,'aexonaatk 1'1 :
    securing a handsome amount to be II' : world made at /:1l: : '
    was recently FhUtuJoi'p&ia /
    donated annually to the students of 1 I I The Friday Afternoon Euchre Club by Dr. Samuel Jotter and Dr. ASK FOR OUR CATALOGUE OF CLUBBING RATES
    Columbia college who would write the !will meet this afternoon with Mrs. V. :
    T. ChejpMM Fulton, both well known
    bet and most comprehensive essay J, Tauria, 423 East Intendencia street.
    upon the war of the north and the phyridans of that city and graduate on magazines and periodicals for the coming year. It M full of moneysaving !. ;,i

    South The judges this year, which Mr. Julian W-;: : who is remem of;the Jefferson Medical college says a propo lttons> such as Pearson's, World of T,Day, American Boy and l'} I '
    Philadelphia to the Woman's Horn Companion regular price $5 our price $3; Review of Reviews : ,
    will be the first year that the prize STREET TOQUE OF BLUE FELT. bered by who heard his dispatch 1 f
    has been contested for. will be Dr. everyone New York World. arton's, Woman's Home Companion and Success, regular price ",, r' :
    magnificent his visit to
    iderman! president of the Universityof The little hat pictured *as fold of this ribbon was also seen Pensacola last singing, upon will be the guestof Meteorological' & : experiments have bees 16.50, our price ... i ., :

    Vrgima: Dr. John Huston Finley.lresidl"nt from an unusually smart little the front of the hat being his brother year Mr. J. O. Walker at made tram battooa* for vernal years, We dupH *te any proposition, made by any reliable Agency. .,' h{
    model which was designed,, for through slits In the felt and fF ,
    } of New York City college; his home on West Garden street but We trip wax, s upon 23 SOUTH
    FULUfOX ,
    with a tailored gown of dark In again at the right side of the CO E .s BOOK STORE STKfCl : j :
    and Or C. Alphonso Smith of the -,. .. .
    his arrival in Pensacola at an early the fiifft balloon ascension ever made 9 PfeM* 235 'II i
    chair of history University of North cloth. The toque was a small The right side of the hat : .
    Carolina and was of soft French felt, with trimmed by a soft coque feather date. > 3 u for fh* propos. of physiological research. f
    Mrs Schuyler is a descendant of I brim rolled up at the sides and an the end of which drooped down : : i
    an ....I ......,II..H..tI..1f..frH-5..R flii r1
    old and aristocratic southern family. dented crown. The left side of the hair in the back. This One of the'moat enjoyable card The eronanti landed in a field four 5

    Her father wab the late Commander .i hat was filled in with a fiat shaded from dark blue to light parties and dances of the season was mites southwest of Media, Pa, twenty I DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, 1I 1 r 1 t
    Sr George Rogers who commanded bow of dark Alice. blue taffeta I blue at the tip. the one given last Wednesday by the mites from theft etarting point shortly i
    I members of the: Progress Club. The CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES BRONZSB : I
    in he Seminole war. He was a brave after 1 o'clock m the evening after being ,
    soldier and won great:.distinction. She socre was close and the games of op,nerijve boors. The landing
    marriage of their daughter Miss the store of the McMillan Mill Co. progressive emhr very interesting. STERLING SILVERWARE, :',i
    is also a grand neice of the late Dr. wt* wttboat mishap or incident, the
    nie Giuffree and Mr. Albert, Maiini are glad to welcome Mr. and Mrs. At ten o'clock the prizes were award ; >
    Scott of this city, and during her girl- balloon settling easily to the ground. ART POTTERY; OPTICAL GOODS.
    I Mr. and Mrs. :T. M. Barbare in our midst. ed. The first prize being won by Mrs. i
    hood visited here =
    frequently. request the pleasure of jour Mr. Fred Perkins has accepted a :Max Klein, was
    for Monday Tallahassee Mrs. where Schujler she will will leave visit I at the marriage of their daughter in Oak Grove; Ala., where he fruit dish. The second was ,capturedby three tnfies and say that the views i.: ,

    friends for several days thence she I Annie Giuffreeto Mrs. Perkins' will reside In the Mrs. P. Stone and was a cut-glass above the clouds surpass description. i ,
    dish similar to the, first 'prize. The They pnqoomce their experiment
    will KO to Jacksonville and Ocala. In I
    the latter city she will be remembered Mr. Albert Marini Mr. F;: S. Sowell spent last Sunday next meeting of the,_club will be' on very qeeesafal and say that they have Engraving and Fine Matt OnBry. I

    a* the beautiful Miss Leila :Thursday afternoon. November his parents in Brewton Ala. Wednesday. ,evenlrig..: collected data widen is destined to havea
    : ty-ninth, Mrs. Hooket of Pensacola, who has
    wJe tnfit ice oa the aeroneuitiesJ
    Rogers, who was so popular in society
    one thousand nine hundred and visiting her daughter Mrs. T. Mrs. W. R. Nickell, who has beenin world Experiment* tried
    Circles of that place. alternately: :
    at four-thirty o'clock Sowell has returned home. Pensacola visiting the family of oa) Mh other at high altitudes prove Mai -Ordtrs Receive Prompt Attention, t i ii

    at St. Michael's church, Mr. Jim Snow of, Monroeville, Ala, Judge C. H. Laney and attended the \\i ,
    Mr and Mrs. T. M. Barbare have the theory that the rapid( changes: in altttato -
    Pensacola, Florida. has been the guest of Mr. C. L. wedding of her brother Mr. Harry L. II
    )}sued the following invitation to theSTOP that attend ballooning: are beneficial "
    has gone back to :Monroe- Frater and Miss Carrie D'Alemberte
    : to nervous' diseases of the eye CT. O. Zadek Co. I ; ; ;
    Bound To Tell. will return Saturday to her home in Jewelry I"
    and to icjptiatory dfae&ses. They also
    Cecil Jernigan the little son of Mr.
    At a dinner party the little son :Montgomery.Miss *
    WOMAN the host and hostess was allowed Mrs. W. B. Jernigan is convales- made observations as to the effects oa MOBILE, ALA. : I :

    come down to dessert. Having after a serious illness. Anna and Miss Adah Rosasco, blood circulation.Tb I'4idY.....I..I..I..C...... i>> I... ... I<<.. !I'* '
    AND CONSIDER what his mother considered a The many friends of Mr. Neal who recently returned to New York balloon was lent by members 0: .: r

    THE ALL.LPORAYT ciency of fruit, he was told he' will be sorry to learn that from a trip abroad are now the guestsof the Aero dub of Hew York. It has a I: >

    not have any more when,to the health is still very poor. their cousin Mrs. E. Van Winkleof etpaoky of KM500 cubIc feet Pure ;
    FACT prise of every one of the guests Claud the son of Revl| and Mrs. Ridgewood, Conn. coal gas welch ta much more buoyant 1. F. DAVIS JEWELER U i
    exclaimed: O. Lawrence, has been on the sick than the commercial illuminant of coal ,

    I "If you don't give me some but is now up. Messrs. Hugh and Fred Frerie, and water gas mixed was aed.I Now in ( i

    HI tell!"' Mrs. Z.have F. Williams'and been visitors Mrs.to Pensa S. F. who have been in Pensacola for the 'Professor Charles King Philadel New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox; ., t

    A fresh supply as at once this week. past few days left last night for Gulf- phia's "grand old man" of aeronautics, '
    him and as soon as it was Miss Mrs Fred Frere and children !
    port -
    the It took
    That.ia address Dr. W. P. Dey made a professional superintended preparation
    ing ){rs. Pink' he repeated his, threat to Century to-day. who are visiting Mrs. McMillan three hours, to fill the bag. The two '
    he wassuddenly and swiftly DEPOT LOAN OFFICE. :
    will Pensacola
    remain in several days
    lam you are confiliojyour .from the room.but he had just There will be an oyster supper next longer. aeronaut took up a large assortment
    private convulse the by night at the home of Mrs af instruments for performing their experiments.

    ills s woman to a whose wom a- 'lag to : company. L.' Jernigan, under the auspices of Mrs. M. E. Bryan left yesterday at The Instruments for tbe All kinds of repairing done on Watches, Clocks, b

    with women's expertttiee diseases [ -- : "My new ,trousers.are made out Ladies Aid Society. noon to visit relatives and friends in meteorological experiments were lent I (Guns, Pistols. Highest price paid for old gold. Money. ; i .

    coVers a great ma's old bedroom, curtains."- The celebrated Frencn drip coffee, Andalusia and other ,points In Ala by the United Stats weather bureau I ]loaned on personal property.Ve handle all kinds of !
    many nah News.: bama. and the other set, all deUcate'In.tn-I ,
    years Pinkham; Square. premiums. Sold ments, U the property of medical! societies Jewelry! both new and second-hand. Don't forget.
    dang/hter-In law i is of the ........................ grocers.on Its merits. Ask for it at The many friends of Mayor C. H. in Philadelphia. I f

    Lydia E. Pin lam, BUss will be pleased to learn that he J I F Clement THE WATCHMAKER ; ,
    and for many yearsaaderherduecuon .= 'CHUMUCKLA. !> is convalescing after his recent seri- i0B East t Wright Str .et. : '

    : I.n..Bnn.ninnn.'J"A ous illness and expects to be out Tb. Fora.t,.! .a..a. -
    lad since her detaseshehasbeen- again in a few days.A A colored preacher took some candidates .
    : "The Best Is What We Sell"BccWNut for immersion down to a river In

    '*T siug tick wo- Special to The JournaLNorth telegram was received by a friend Louisiana. Seeing some alligators in
    Chumnckla, i ov. 22-we
    men free charge. yesterday announcing the safe arrivalin the stream, one of them objected.

    Duffer Many in silence women and drift,along from having this season some of pretty the warm year. weather ter.Atlanta of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fra- "Why, brother.'" urged the pastor."can't You Must Trust Your DruggistThere 1

    bw to worse knowing full well that Mr. and Mrs W. A. :McLeod ,:you trust the Lord? He took
    tcev ought to have visitors to Milton last Monday.Mr. care of Jonah, didn't her
    immediate charm-
    : uslstwice The Bridge Whist Club was
    of Milton, was "Y-a-a-s," admitted the are many things about a drug store that require many yearsto
    but a natural modesty impel; .,Joe Brewton, ingly entertained at its last meetingby darky, "but a
    them to shrink from upoing'them.- our town ,a, few days ago on a Mrs. John B Jones, at her hospit- whale's diffrent. A whale's got aIIem'17. learn. ; .
    business to and to know
    It is druggist's
    ,. a know surely and post-
    s to the questions and probable ness trip.Master. able home on North Barcelona street : but ef one o' dem 'gators wu -
    lively, all about the drugs he sells.
    examinations of even their family Aubrey Diamond, This is the first meeting of the club tar ewaller dis nigger he'd jest go ter
    Pfcrsicjan. at the McDavid Our business is drugs and we claim to have thoroughly mastered :
    It is at recess
    unnecessary. Without playing since the storm. The scores are kept sleep dar In de sun an' fergit all 'bout the details of this business.We .
    money or price yon can consult a woman stitute painfully cut his foot with and referred to at every fifth meetingand me."-Woman's Home Companion. 1 t ,
    whose knowledge from actual experi piece of broken glass. averaged during are exerting: every effort to the management of this drug store. ;
    the scares
    .ace u great.rs.Piakham'c. Misses Bessie, and Eva: highest awrded the prizes -- .# as you would like to see one managed if you knew all about drugs. ; ,
    this time are
    Standing invitation were pleasant callers at Mr. H. Mrs. S. R. M. Kennedy will be hostessat ............... Almost everyone would like to patronize a drug store where they ; t-
    McDavid's last Wednesday and know these conditions prevaiL Many people are sure they know of ; I
    Women suffering from any form of looking well and as pretty as ever. the meeting next Tuesday.Ask "$annah," said the mistress to her such a drag store. ;

    female weakness aw iovited: to'pft>raptly The, friends of Mr. Charlie for Blue Ribbon Lemon and Va sew girl "yoa can take that brownserge To discover and get your confidence when it comes to a matterof J '
    communicate with Mrs. Pinkbam at dress of mine and !it in soakM
    Lynn will be glad to learn that he is nilla. Absolutely pure. go twice as pot drugs is our highest ambition.
    Wned, Mass. All Letters are received proving, but he is stilly suffering Sliced far and the Blue Ribbon Flavor" is "Yesm," said Hannah. ""Wbo'l1Om' We want you to trust us. '

    )* ,A read and answered by women much with his hand, which it Beefis perfection. Ask for the 25c. size. favorite pawnbrokerr-London An- This point gained we know we.can depend on JOur drug points
    v talk of her
    woman can freely being supplied at our store.
    have to
    Pnrae feared for a time would twers. .i ;
    illness" to a woman; thus has amputated.A made from the very choicest Mam. Our rapidly increasing general business and especially the fact :
    Egg a
    Qt&Ublished the eternal confidence cuts of meat, cured to material For 1,2OO remarkable '.
    negro was killed 'at a mid, delicate that our Prescription Department is showing gains is
    "hveen Mrs.Pinkham and the women flavor by the "Beech-Nut" German scientists announce that the -
    clear that an effort setdoms fails .
    e 1 America which has never been still yesterday:Tor refusing to be process. It comes to your tableIn weighing 150poynds proof earnest honest intelligent ;
    material for a man
    6 >iten. rested. He made an attempt to vacuum glass Jars, free from to bring its reward. '. ,
    Out vast volume of
    of the
    : kind of be found In the whites and ;.
    '* his revolver. but was too slow. any preservative ready for can The long a
    perience ,
    which she has to draw from, Watson made Instant use.Include of 1.200 bens eggs. Retfuwd to I We have filled over 200,000 prescriptions since beginning business. .
    n > Hon. Milton a yolks '
    }N more than possible that she baaf !
    a Jar in
    *:*t.l trip to McDavid today on business.Iigpn.nlNmuu. your daily order.' a fluid\ the average man wo Id yield PULL WINS. .'.
    the very knowledge that will One Pound Jars ..........30 cents steady t.
    tip] jour cag.. She asks nothing in ... One-half Pound Jars .....15 'cents nlaety-eigbt cubic meters of Chralnat-

    mam except your good-will, and!, her ., lug gas and bydro n enough to fin Store up energy for "staying"
    *"ice has relieved thousands. Surtfy PINE BARREN. balloon capable of lifting UIS pound. qualities by, breakfasting on W. D'Alemberte : ,

    fny woman,rich or poor is very foolish i The normal human body has In it the :
    she J does not take advantage of this NiHn.- MOM1MM1 RosenauSGerelds Iron needed to make seven large nails, \' "
    eroua fer of .
    Distance. 'tIle-tar for fourteen'pound of candles,
    u lOU are 111, don't hesitate to get a Druggist and Apothecary
    5ttle of Lydia E.Pinkham'sVes.tableamPQund Spinal to Th* Jou.L THE FANCY GROCERS, the carbon for sixty-four gross of crayons GrapeNuts"THERE'S l' 1
    at Pine Barren. Nov. and phosphorus eooacb tor 820.000 .-
    b- once,and write Mrs.,:Pink- .
    W'hLynD. Mass,' for speda.1 advice. school Jeruigan'of/Santa here recently Rosa opened 116 SOUTH' PALAFOX ST.' matchesOut ot'Stean "be" obtained 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE lea ; ?'
    has been successful Prof.; ; j besides. twenty ,teaspoon, of A, REASON." .

    II restoring to health BO many,womeQ, as .teacher. salt fifty lumps of sugar and forty-two r !
    too well J ,Mr. S. ,-StaatOn.. of-: Phone 391 I ; i
    Cannot say without trying It, Iker of water. r..ft -- .Ww
    nut believe ifv.UHielp me". ':Miss, has accepted a position aa : 1

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    ...,............................................. S For Sale.$1500Buys


    I i BARGAINS] ( [ liNt i NOTHING? HOWl ''TFOIR SALE six-room house on two. -.-.

    \ ner lots one block from ar -..
    RENT Vacant Lots on.East HU1. This is your
    ,.tunity to get a nice home ,f
    I HOM I IS I haven't got anything In that line but S -SLots bargain.

    i have some good things In the real estate
    For a new modern
    $2100- six
    MONEY -r
    I Inear line will that take represent to buy them more-hi money other than words It, home near car line, on East <

    A two-stOry, eight-room modern dwelling''' on East Wright street. the nearest thing to getting something for .................. ............$135 vantes.
    .. ... ... ... ... ........... .... 7 and 8, block 118, East King ;
    Palafox ............ .... : $8000.00A othing.that Are win you interested In something Lots 9 and 10, bock: 118, East King tract ...............................$150 $ 850-Gets bargain in 10 lots, onf a:,

    solendld' new. six-room cottage on North Hill. with large reception : GROWS New City tract each ....................$125 block. New City. An UCf'Uc0

    halt ,with closet fire hi place every and room,ld :fleO'a: fr ,incghl "atocl the t diningroom made : PAY YOU 14 PER CENT? LatcH Lots 16, 12 17,13 and and 18 14,block block13Z 270 New City tract ....:...................$735 vestment.vicinity are as selling other at lots UOO In.to*g Jia,;::,

    Into wall and a bath room elegantly furnished, house screened a LVt. west 30 feet of 13, block 112 New City tract.$760 each.

    lovely home all In frst-clats! condition ....... ..................$4900.00 .. $3350-Will buy six houses on the West If you pay $15 a month rent..SUPpose Lot. 19 14 and and 20 15, and block 129. New City tract ..........-.....................$500 ,

    Seven-room dwelling excellent neighborhood on East Hill with a lot : End that pay 1466 per year; and you stop a moment and figure All of block 140, West King tract .*......................................$5W'DWELLINGS.
    110 by 150 feet stone walk around same stables etc ..........$4500.00 we have collected for the past
    year on these houses more than out the exact amount you would
    A new. s.vei>oo1n dwtflHng. modem conveniences on a corner lot 80 : 9>,>H per cent., of the rents due. spend In ten years with Interestat Co R. Y YAEQE1
    by 137/i feet en East Gadsden street a comfortable and desirable J1100 cash and balance 7 cent. .
    home. could not be duplicated for themoney, .....................$4000.00 pet', 6 per cent.

    Six-room dwelling at Goulding fronting the railroad. with 20 acres $1750-Will buy 4 houses 'on' the East 9-room, 2-story house in good repair. overlooks the bay, lot 45x110.

    of land. ..............................;...................'............$2500.00A cash End and that balance pay $270 on a long year.time.$&50 $2,372.52Surprised No. 701 ,West Main street ...........................................$2500 200 5. Thiesen Building.

    new four-room and hall dwelling on East Strong street lot 60 by I Phone 686.

    137"/2 feet .........................................................$1500.00 ? The amount is largeenough '
    5-room 'and three acre of land at Town Point hat frontage
    A comfortable five-room cottage on North Barcelona! street, near car EITHER OF THE ABOVE PIECES OF to buy a handsome and I cottage
    lIr.e ..... .........................................................$1500.00 PROPERTY WILL PAYFOR comfortable home. You know you of 300 feet on the bay. The deeds cover out to deepwater.1800 =
    THEMSELVE ., Have to Pay Rent so why not, LANARKOn
    : begin to apply it on. a home? We. I 5-room.cottage, corner Atcaniz and DeSoto streets; lot 45x125 .........$1200

    S i I HOOTON .& 'WATSON | can show you how.McDAVIDHYER. I 5-room cottage on Stoddart street. all modem conveniences; gas, city Gulf of Mexico.

    LESLIE E water, bath and toilet lot 120x132 feet an elegant little home ......$2750
    THE RENTAL AGENTS i aOOKSI Hunting and fishing season now ...
    Oyster beds within easy reach.
    Real E Have you any vacant,lots,.houses or business property for sale?. We can

    S I Real Estate. Insurance and Loans, i sell them for you.JLo Offers exceptional advantages is a
    place to spend part of the winter
    and Insurance.Phone .. Agent New York fnontt

    1 No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. t LIfe Insurants Company. LANARK INN.

    462. 112 S Palafox. 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST..
    ..................................................... Phone 700. Pencacoia'Fla. S. BROWN & COo Under new management modem ana

    .---- well kept; will afford special attention to
    hunting and fishing parties.

    HELP WANTED.tvANTzD.5 .__ WANTED.WANTED I ]I "WE SELL LOTS" Reached by the Georgia FlorIda &

    For Salle Alabama Railway. Convenient schedule

    !: first-class carpenter to AT ONCE-Second-hand bicy Theisen Building Phone No. 918 Tourist rates now In effect.
    build a fuMe APPly to 26! East Gregj cle. Must be in good condition and FOR SALENICE
    -S ory. : cheap. Address. L. 11.. Care JournaL For hotel accommodation write LANARK .

    23novlw* INN, Lanark, Fla.
    .A\"TED-Ev-.JT! : man In town to chew f
    CHICLETS whll riding on his wheel NURSE WANTS POSITION with a doc-
    tor. Call or address 302 North Spring $3000for 5- J For schedules railroad rates ctr write

    [WANTED A competent nurse. Apply at strfi(>t. :!::marl w. SALE. I FOR SALE.FOR J. H. McWILLIAMS
    ON FOR
    once at No. 412 J ortn Palafox at eet. II Gen. Pass. RgentBambndge
    ;: 22nov WANTED-Clerks in confectionery 212 West Wright street. a very desirable I Ga.
    stores to tell their 8-room and hall residence with I SALE CHEAP-Almost
    customers to chew new Mehlen
    : WANTED-Good house girl. Apply 29: CHICLETS.WANTED arge lot. EASY TERMS. FOR SALE-Bi? piano In good condition. i iI & Sons' piano in handsome rosewood

    North Spring street. %:noV Apply to 26 East Gregory. 23Novlt i case. A bargain. Piano ran be seen Pensacola. St. Andrews and
    S -Position at once as woodsman I by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. SocL
    1 WANTED AT ONCE-A good cook al by a thorough competent turpentine and three FOR SALE-Small iron safe. Price $20. I Gulf Steamship Co.
    :: 18 East Wright treet. :20nov! woodsman. Can manage any size $1875 cottage Fisher Furniture House. 138-140 East : FOR SALE-Driving mere, 4 years old. STEAMER TARPON.W. .
    place and can bring with me some hands. Intendencia street. .23nov i gentle. good traveler.Any lady can .
    WANTED goo4 cook.. Apply at onoe. Address Woodsman. Care The JournaL I For 60 feet on the North Side of Government large lots on the corner of"F" I drive her. C. R- Yaeger. 200 Thiesen FIRST-CLASPS O. BARROW.PASSENGER Master.
    to Mrs. Carter. Mavy Yard. 20novlwWANTED ZOnov street by 125 feet on the east FOR SALE CHEAP-Seeond-hanJ buggies building. CNov. FREIGHT SERVICE.
    and Intendencia streetsin and wagons. If you want a bargain
    ride of Ma-tent street has a large 2- i -Between-
    :. -A white party or parties. to 'V.ANTEO-Helrs and proof of heirship story store and dwelling house on same. in.a second-hand wheel of any description -, PENSACOLA. MOBILE, APALACH1CO-
    house for ten twelve I tract call or write W. E. Taylor. Chip- '
    run a boarding or of Phillip Townley and heirs of .Tames ( the'l\Iaxent ). The 23novlm LA CARRABELLE. ST. AN-
    saw mill laborers near Century. House Weeks ley. Fla. FOR ADOPTION.FOR .
    and heirs of the estate of Martin DREWS. MILLYILLE.And
    free and goods at ,,'holc ale. Address J. Grant. Apply 359; Brent Building. 18no\tf ground is rich and can all points on St. Andrews Bay, Car-
    16nov2wBOARD SALE OR TRADE Seven H. P.
    B.. Century, Fla. :Money to .loan at lowest market rate- FOR rabelle and Aoi'achlcola.SCHEDULE.! .
    of interest wood mill; complete order. Will cut ADOPTION-one orphan boy. 7 .
    WANTED-Some one of means who will :! raise enough vegetables in twenty cords of wood per day; terms: to years old. and one orphan baby boy I 5 Leaves Pensacola 8.30
    : Mortgages on real estate In this Sunday. p. m..
    : care for and educate bright boy 14 city right party. or will trade for stock ,or months old. Will be given for adoption to for Mobile. Ala.
    AND ROOMS. y ears old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or: bought and sold. the the Almost Addl'ess.1..A. For
    garden on place tQ other property. Donalson. responsible parties. particulars apply Leave Pensacola Tuesday.' *:3C( .
    Mrs. Wm. Fisher President. ISnor All of the Maxent; tract west of. "C", DeFunlak Springs. Fla.. %3novw.F01' :! Pear! Eagan Home. or Mrs. Wm. for St. Andrews. MIllTille. Apalachu Jm.! :

    I FOR RENT.-Jdcely furnished room in street now for sale. pay for it. Plenty of }Fisher President ISnov Carrabelle and intermediate points.
    good location. Young couple preferred. WANTED-Position as stenographer, or ( SALE-Three-year-old Jersey cow For additional information apply Co
    'Apply 815 Eat Gadsden. 23novlw assistant bookkeeper general!' office .1 room to raise chickens also. and heifer calf. Can be seen at 1118 J. R. SAUNDERS.
    work. by young lady of experience. Address E. Strong street. iOnovlw* E .R. COBB. President

    FOR RENT {Two connecting rooms, suit B. CX..Care Journal. nOVlSlt Will sell I Legal Advertisements. General Frt and Pass. Agt. Penacola -
    S able for Ugtit housekeeping. Apply Fisher Real Estate on easy terms. FOR SALE-One fine wall Case, 25 feet I. Fla.
    long, 8 feet high with ribbon 10
    phone 1225. ZOnov! WANTED-Five hundred couples to attend Agency case
    I feet long separate. Will make fine display -I --------- ---- ---
    : FOR RENT-One room with privilege of Thursday the November grand Thanksgiving:29! at C. K.ball of on A. $1200. case for any kind of merchandise. NOTICE OF SALE OF ITALIAN
    bath; on North Hill car line. Gentle- hall Barros' orchestra. ISnov; RENTS A II '. .,., t' ApplY to E. L. Reese 17 North Palafox. 1 EVENSVILLE &

    man preferred. Address E, Care Journal.20novlw! SPECIALTY. List you property with, 20novlm 1 BARK "OLIVARI." rRmJI

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    YOUNG' LADY stenographer wishes position I sell it. FOR SALE-Light, fine healthy country- !
    in Pensacola or anywhere In West Phone 87 206 S. Palafox St. me. can .
    rnI..1 worth The Italian bark her
    A NICE furnished room to rent for gen turkeys $260 but let goat "Olivari. hull Ilia
    tlemen onl)'. Apply to 226:! North Spring Address or M.South E. Alabama. References. I ';1 85 each. Apply to Nettle Oliver masts and rigging. 5 anchors, 16 shacklesof
    Street. ISnovlw C., Care Journal. 17nov Mollno Fla. l noVW.I chains. spars, 25 sails 5 boats one
    1. I ('ronom ter. 3 compasses, 5 bolts Italian
    TWO UNFURNISHED rooms for rent. CONKEyS celebrated Roup Cure Chol; MONEY TO LOAN. -: I FOR SALE-S room house good location linen canvas new and old ropes. etc..
    Apply 13 West Belmont street. ISnov era cure lice and mite killer as welt best water In the city. A bargain. Ap. will be sold at auction in different lots,
    S as an unexcelled Egg Producer. Al ply 9th avenue and 16th street. ISnovlm at o'clock l m. Saturday, November THE DIRECT LINETOCHICAGO
    guaranteed and a splendid J. W.. Bullock ':Jr.Real : ti.O rda.said
    FURNIIHED ROOMS for rent at !1!' grade UNLIMITED amount money to loan on on vessel on the west
    West Gregory street IBnovlm; S wheat that will make your fowls lay. F all kinds personal property on short FOR SALE--111 acres excellent pIneappleAnd side of Muscogee wharf Pensaonla. Fla.
    Mellen & Co.
    S 334. Pensacola Fla Phone notice. Terms easy. Get my rates before orange land on Jupiter river; excellent G. B. CAFIERO
    S FOR RENT-Two furnished front rooms; 7noi r going elsewhere. Star Loan Co.. li(% Estate, and Mortgage Loans market; close to railroad; three I Consular Agent of Italy.
    for rent suitable for light housekeepInc. South Palafox. 4novlm miles from ocean: some improvements; I'novTt
    Us* of phone bath. Phone WANTED-Position as saw; filer or su healthy locality. Address J. K. Benefield and all points in the

    S SIb, 810 East n.and llnovlm competent perintendent man.or References mill foreman furnished by a $5000.00 to loan'on good security. Pensa Room 302 Brent Building. Aycock Fla gnov CREW NOTICE. North and Northwest.

    cola Investment: Company. SOoct:
    FOR RENT Pleasant furnished room Address S J. W. Lasseter. Andalusia. Ala. S FOR SALE-At a bargain paying Furniture i Neither the Captain Owners
    S southern exposure second floor. Corner 6novlm. MONET LOANED on real estate and ,Phobt. business at 138 East Intendencia nor agents of the German
    10th avenue and 12th street near East personal .property on short notice. street Address Box 325 City. gnov a steamer AdelheM Menzell will
    V Hill IOU line. llnov WANTED-To rent a house on North Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. 28% South be responsible for debts contracted Exceptionally Low RoundTrip -
    S Hill\ with 6 or 7 rooms; will lease for: Palafox St. Phone 1144. :I FOR SALE-Six-ton schooner 36 feet by the crew of said
    ROOMS FOR RENT-Ni\ely furnished one year from date of December 1. Address over all. 11 feet beam. round bottom vessel. H. JURGENSEN.
    7 front room In quiet neighborhood.. Apply Pensacola Investment Co. :nov% I CAN LEND YOUR MONET at eight FOR SALE. copper fastened, tight and in good condition Captain. Rates to all Summer
    JOS East Churcn street. llnov2 per cent. If you have ---.-- 5 with good sail and gear. A bargain. : ROBERT TUEMLER & CO.. Agents.
    WANTE1 t-.All kinds beer bottles. I pay: want interest on. Bee me atoaft.YOI I King &. Runyan. 4nov Tourist Points.
    ron RENT-'Vie newly furnished "room lie dozen. I hanalc all leading brandsof will be absolutely safe on real estate FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near' The quality of Jackson Square
    Bath and Ja.1.:9 South Spring street, winea beers ana whiSKips and still security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone .6:. city. Part, heavily timbered; part -FOR SALE OR LEASE-<-room and hall Coffee is guaranteed. If it does not
    D. Hillman
    llnov manufacture that well-established cocgh cleared. Call phone .2S5;. or address 1102 i cottage with outbuildings attached. H. S. L. Rogers,
    if medicine. Joe Roth, corner Tarragtoa MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows East Gadsden. ISnovlm Corner 14th avenue and 15th *tre 't. Write give you perfect satisfaction your- G.P. & T. A. .. Gsneral: Agent.
    S FOR RENT/feooms with or withou I and Government Sts. Hoc:t money from Jno. A. Hall & Co.. 14Vj' S J.: M. S.. Care Journal or apply 312 East grocer will refund its cost. Evansville. Ind. Nashville lenin
    board. Men E. Government St. When In need call 'Romana street. 4nov
    only. Apply 17 West La. i
    Rua St. WANTED once. a four or five-room on us. FOR SALE-FIne setter dogfairly well
    ; 7novlm I cottage. Must be close in and in good trained. Price reasonable. Address R.: FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-25,000
    S neighborhood. Address 123. Care -Tournal. MONEY LOANED on all kinds. of per F. D. No 1. Box 9, Contonment.. Fla. I I brick. one 35-horse power engine. 100
    TWO NICELY furnished rooms for rent 25sep t sonal property on short notice. Terms 18no\lw feet 1-tnch pipe. This engine Jus., the LOUISVilLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY.Through
    S with .: without board; privilege of bath easy' J.'B. Gray & Co.. '2 W. Romana. i; thing for a small saw milL Address Box .
    and phoner convenient to car line. Ad.dress TAILORING :.. Diamond. Tailor. Phone 1165. ltd is>> '103, Pensacola Fla. locUm
    1202 Gent's clothing cleaned, pressed and repaired FOR SALE-8e\'ral and secondS I and Local Time Tables Between Pensileola and Points North.
    EaSt.OedsdenstraeL27oetlmo'S on short notice. No. 11% Wee UNLIMITED amount or money to loan hand gasoline engines. Cheap. Applyto :FOR SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreed 1 S
    THREE Government St.. Pensacola Fla on all kinds of personal property. Sp I Ed. B. Banks phone Ui 7. ISnovlw I I Pointer Puppies $10 and $15. Signed. READ DOWN
    S able for light houaekecplng with prtvSIe&e rial rates to business men on large S( Bagdad Kennels, Bagdad. Fla. llnovlm I Trains Noa. READ UP
    :, of bath. Apply. 222! : West Vclmont2Soct WANTED R Bingham wants your loans. The New York Loan Co.. 204 Vi. I I TREES-Shade. ornamental or fruit trees 2 4. Trains NOl
    : moving and hauling He guarantees South Palafox. J of all kinds: also hedge plants furnished S FOR SALE and immediate delivery one 5 3 I

    : all breakage. Phone 630.: and planted by S. .D. Jackson. on .' automatic tandem compound center JI 11:05pm 11:55am .................. ....,............. .. 6:0Qa4 .
    FOR RENT-Newly' furnished front room I I terms to suit customers. Best references. crank steam engine of about 150 horsepower -* 6:301lm' 1:20pm ..................* ................. 3"pm: 1 :
    in private family southern exposure WANTED-The Merchants Transfer Co Address S. 1)., Jackson City. ISnorlw and two return tubular boilers. 72 11:4sam: 1:10pm .Ar......... .-'..... Birmingham................ '! : .
    Inches diameter 16 feet 7pm:!; ::11am .................. .. 'i: 4'Pm\\
    desirable neighborhood and near business' wants your moving:; and hauling. Al FOR RENT. by long. For full ................ ; .
    center. Use of bath I breakage guaranteed. T. B. particulars apply Stone & Webster Eng. 8:00pm 3.Z7amI ...... ...... .
    gas an i phone. Thors. FOR SALE-Comforts. Sic each. One- ... ..................Ar Sla.n
    Apply to 422 West 1358.I I Proprifctor. Phona '18I Corporation. Box 830 Pensacola. 14nov 15am 8.15am ............. ,
    ; Gregory or phone FOR RENT-Two nice double stores on half dozen store stools J3.00. Apply 531: ... .................. 3:00am .
    2Soctlm \I .. East Intendencia street between Pala.fox East Government. or Phone :945. llnolw:*' FOR SALE-Forty acres well 7:40am 2:10pm .................. Louis........ .........Lv :45pm i _
    lanfl. tim-
    WANTED-All kinds'of electrical work.- and Tarragona. Inquire at the Fisher I bered. 'l: pml '::!1a .................. ..................
    FURNISHED ROOM for rent. Apply 301 L I sell all kinds of electrical batteries, S]' good ja1T.miles east of :10am.: 8:30am ............ I 3:17aml -
    ..... .
    p- W. Chase street. Real Estate Agency. lIne: PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The Olive FI. Address Gerelds. p. o. ......;......... t tl2:4sm '
    f 21oct :'and need other me ring electrical! :25 cr supplies.955. E. W.When Peaks you Journal magnificently illustrated I Box 164, City. 9novlm 7OamI12:00n'n S :.................. }( ..................Lv 11.0Opm .:
    New Star Laundry E. FOR RETfT-A. R. Btngham has storage magazine containing scores .f views of:I .
    Bldg Garden.
    . I I room for rent, suitable for funJtureor the city and harbor. For sale -t all FOR SALE-On* well-trained thoroughbred BETWEEN PENSACOLA MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS.
    f LOST. ANTED-:5econd-hand sacks'of all descriptions other goods. 104 and 106 South Tarragona book stores or at The .Journal office. By I English Pointer. Oood pedigree.Apply 6&1 2&3 4&1
    I street. Phone 39. mail. 20 cents. Ilseit: ; N. B. 3*. Century Fla. 21no\lw -'jO 34:2-1& C -
    S wanted. If out of town. ship: I I i inl1fi5pm itsanfi......... ..,.......Ar .
    them to us; if in town. ring us up at No. 10:45am: 2:55am 4Upm .\ ........... ........... J 5.00arn4Q0pm 1
    S. LOST-A game of tennis by a young man 334 or bring" them to 111':' at corner of FOR SALE-10.000 acres round tImberland. I FOR SALE Half-Interest In one of the 1:00pm 7:15am 8:15pm Ar........ NewOrlesna: ........ (((12OamlIISSam
    who does not chew CHICLETS. Chase; and Alcaniz Sts. F. S. Mellen & COLORED LODGE. 12.500 saw mill timber and saw' I best furniture houses in South Alabama. 5- .Lv I hI3prn. ._ '
    1 Co. ZSjMISCELLANEOUS. : -. mill. 32-room hotel at a bargain. Reason for selling to devote more timeto =-
    i? JUOST-Lock from watch fob. engraved eral good farms and town sev-I r other interests. Call on or address W. ____ FLOMATON. PENSACOLA RiVER JUNCTION AND .IACKSONVILLE
    W.' C. M. Reward for return to 29 E.Rinlen S a !.O.S&D.ofSt.L Write Gentry & Setterlind Chipley S. Sheppard. FloraJa. Ala. llnovlm %1 I Ii I I 1 I J 3. Trains do not slop at stations .
    it street, or 12 East' Gad sd f'n Howard Council No. 1 and Bethlehem 23sept I Daily Dally Dally Dany, where no time 1\1 shown 1 Z \ 4 6 1 -

    :: .Creet. 20nov Council No. 2, Independent Orderof : I FOR 'SALE-Large furniture wagon and ...... 4:55 230 1.501 Daily DailyDa;

    t' Sons and Daughters of St. FOR SALE OR E.'XCH.-lIOGF.-lIalf block I harness. in good condition. Fisher Fur ...... 5:00 %:35 2:5S Lv..Flomaton..u.............Century............. 14:41;' 1Zs;; 8 . .
    LO3T-one green parrot talks Spanish' Luke in New City near Bay View.park; will I niture house. 138 and 140 East Intendencia ...... 1i:01 2:41 lCO\ 1:21 II i
    : .3:0
    and English. 31000 PHOTOGRAPHI'-Nonnan Gloss and ....Blulf Springs .......... ..
    reward for return to meets 2nd and 4th Wednesday nightsof exchange for cottage or sell cheap if street. 9nov ...... 5:1. %.51 .t:33 1:15
    YaskH. Satin postcards. Factory to photographers 1:20..Mcflavid ............ 1:1151 .. ..
    : corner Gregory and Palafox. taken at once. Mrs. R. Owsley. 1308 E. ...... 5:30 .lZ:22: '
    I 18novlw JS thousand. $1.20! gross prepaid each month at their hall on Tarragona Strong. S 21novlm, ...... :04 3:31 .........Plne Barren........... %:::;; ; ....
    Two dozen with developer 25r. Norman between Intendencia and Ro i r S FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam ...... .5:9 ':13 ..S.50. ..............1d<>Uno ............. % 4: 4. .. .

    C LOST. strayed or stolen-female setter Photo Paper Co., Rochester N. Y. mana streets. D. Howard F. C. H. FOR' SALE=$25.00_ cash_ _for RrminKton I I I and t'n.everything 1e. steam complete drying for room carrying moulds on ...... .5:53:43...'. .C:11.4:0 .............Qulntette.............. .11:51\.J\ :. ..:; l9 ... .. .
    Hill .
    20nov7t ...... 'C
    t t puppy, about eight months' old, -white : Rev. C. H Jones. Secy.. No. 1 Frank Typewriter In flrst-class writing order;: business, together with the finest bed of .......... .5:51 .':29 .Cl$ ..........Cantonement........... .11:44.1: :i' ; .'."..
    with blue ticks. Suitable reward for return reason. for celling have no use for same pottery clay In Esiambia county. Located .. .SOI ,:,. .C:!! ............ .It:4 .125 ;HI.
    .Gotaaka. .
    Scott F. C. IL. Stella Dawson Secy., .. ........... ; .'.. ..
    C. M. .. 'llZa l2.t'I
    Corner .
    W. Wilson Gregory and Bart"elona (1'
    to A Blount Jr. I''Dovif. : here. Address "B, Care. Journal I right in the city. Apply to or address ...... : 3:96 ..45 .............Roberts............. .11:31.J2, J U:' .; ....
    has No.2' $:1S .24.
    street opened a meat market noTlO-lmpd 21novlm S P. Reese. .S:45 .:40 ... .
    R. ..... .
    in : ISseptf ...... .C:2 .....\Ollve.............. .1l:22 .1:: ,, '
    thing connection hrst-clas with his grocery.18no\lw Every ...... 11! ..S$1 ..:48.. ...............Br.nt............... ) ;I.u 4 :IS-------... .
    FOUND. ... 1:10 514 4:00 : % ............ Goulding ............ ..:11,1'I1lll7:0i, : 1:05. .. .. .
    777 Ar......... PenllaCOla.. .......Ly 11 r.5 I 7:00..
    MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut flowers _
    : ________
    t on hand Orders taken for special :0.Hf i
    STRAY Cow and Calf brindle. with whiteface occasions. Phone %8:. ISnovlm WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE.Send PAl I I I, j, I I ,1NC'S.

    t marks crop aad tpllt in right ear; 5:00 ...... ...... _________ _(f---.J I 1 i A..'
    owner may have same by paying for this S : /. 7:00; ......... ......... ... .
    WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOPWeare : ..... ...... I
    ..do 62::$ Eat Gregory street C. R. Olsen. C 7.11 ............Bohemla............ 110.... .".. ..."..'."..1.11
    now in our new quarters. 214 *7.Intendencia
    : -.1 8no\lm entrance also at 215 Romana., it to The Journal office day or night. When you need help, have anythingto S r 5 :::::.:.: :U ...................Gul1 Point........... .... .. ....;:::

    and prepared to do everything in wagon S 59....... ..... : ...... ...;I lestbrala............ 10:33.I". ... .
    i and carriage building and repairing. E. selh rent exchange, or wish to purchase anything, try a want ad. They do the e : 7U ........... <" ............. ..JO.i .......1'
    L. Herring. Phone 923; City. 14ocL S ...lIulat............. > .10:1 .. ....../.J '
    PERSONAL. work. C 6:40..5; ..:::::: :::::: Ti; .................Harp.............. ..... .... ......!:lr;

    MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New tick S : ". ......Galt aty............ ... ........... .1
    I :
    WILL gate the the merits wide-awake of CHICLETS druggist iavestl-to pet furnished taken up if desired.and matting Guaranteed.laid. Leave Car- : : : :: ........ .ang.::::::::::: .... ;: .1.:::::: ::::::'1 9 lI't.
    prevent C : :=::5. ......Holt...... .
    ...... ..... ... ..... 9
    orders at Parker !
    tooth ? Watson. Reese Co.'s. ORDINARY : ...... .
    decay SIX WORDS ONE .
    Wesley Duncan. 7sep LINE. : ':;.a ...lIilllgan............. 1:1 ..... .. .........1.1 S1
    I ) C .. 11 .Crestvjew. ':0. ..... ........ 1
    I c I. I S ........... .. \ :;
    J. H. PORTER. sailmaker 71( South 7:03..5. ':1!.. ...........Moasy Head... ..
    t. Palafox ....... : ; -
    street. Orders
    taken for ....... 1:23..j
    HOTELS. awninis. camp stools and house teats.cots. e .:::::: :::::: t::. .Del''uRtak sprincl.... ......... .. : .... ......I. '
    etc. Prices reasonable. 31 Jan 'I .. 9:57..Panes: :: ..... : ..... ,
    ... DeLai.......... 1:1.1...... :::::; ;
    BROWN HOUSE-DePuniak: Spr1nn. SHIP CHA.'DLERS-McKlnale Oe ting ; : 10:10:: .......... 'yestville............ ..... ...../ ",
    Good beds airy rooms elegant meals I; &. Co.. wholesale and retail ship chand. .I I 10:.:).........10:30 ..............CaryyiJl.. ............. ..5 .: % '........ .... .1 I j:,
    free bath and sample rooms. Special 1 ler and grocers. Only first-class house : nu ...... .. : ............ .Bontfa,............ ':5i!....... ....... .1 :, _'..
    I; Attention to traveling men. Rates $%.00: i of kind In city. Fair prices to all. .. t < 11:29!...... 11$1.. ...... ..Chlpley............. .':3'7 ...... ...... '
    per day. .1. R. Brown Prop. S \'- !' 11:43...... 1101 .......... .Aycock.... .... 11..... ..../. ....., I .
    MILTON CPHOLSTEaiNO SHOP WU- : ..... ; ..Crttondal............ .:18...... ....., 4 _.
    ,: lie Mima. Proprietor. -' 1:101.:. .... .11::2 .1Iarianna.......... 1:00 ...... ..... .
    310TEL SOUTHERN-Open Furniture ,
    ; all the 11 I ye- ........... .I.
    of aQ kinds. .11. .Cypress.......... 6S ...... ......
    year. American and European plus pairing carpeta laid furnl.I .12:55. .. : %. .
    L. Special: bumnter jatcs. First-class In Jture I packed for shipping. Phone (S. < 1:13.-; ........ '!.. ..Grand. S:1%.......... ..... .. .'
    t V353nt Next to Tampa landing. .... : .
    every respe.it. and convenlenL 22aprtlH. 130. ...... 1.1. "_ 6:11.-. ,
    t.S Mr*. T. L. 11aen. Prop.. Pensa- ... 1.:50........... '1:40 Ar '".. .tt'N.....:' Ridge..e. .1'. _
    .. .. .
    cola. na. l apr; ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet AM .PI :051........ 4'I'
    Iron Worker; cornice worl(' and sky AlI I .jj:
    ; BAT HOTEL-Open r'ght! and day. Eu lights a specialty; roofing guttering and Rales The rate on .a want ad filling the above space is 25 cents first insertion TraIM n and 21 and trains 2 and S carry througtping car between pCL-a'
    plan. Rooms ICS Eat Government cola
    Sf ropean light and dear repairing. opera and Jacksonville via RITer Junction
    j: Transient trade solicited. 675-579 South house building. Phone 560. Residence and for each additional insertion. Send cash I andeaios.s-j AIr LIne.
    :: .1 I 2al&fo.g. Joe S Nicolau. Prop. ; phone 5 cents a day .consecutive with the ad. .TraIna atop OD.i signaL -

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    _ THE PEN SACO LA JOURNAL, FR'' DAY' MO RNI ",G, NOVEMBER. ':l3,. ''f"" PAGE SEVEs ? .. .
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    "old joe TRADESMAN'S ; ,- Reasons- -f- 5111 PPINFN EWS : Coal and Wood.ii iiwe i-i-J. I:

    whisef ..- -- I 1J '4 if: t t..
    WhyYou deliver Ice. Coal. Charcoal and .
    OldQuaKer Wood anirwbw In the wt). W. ca --- :'t; ;
    "t'!PI 8'Cf, Arrived Yesterday. I
    } suppJy fat Li
    WEEKLYREYIEt Lysg-llnt. Nor bit. Hanaen. 1232, Swakep. yea any quantity uC ovc ; -' !
    can read a man's mund to licK. OerUng & Co. i service U always prom>>t. l1-' i
    Sailed Yesterday. Steam and Damntfc C.*l. .:t.;.i : i -.
    character by the collar WhiteJUW Br sat for New Orleans. ,
    Conway. Br us, Prentice Genoa. Wood Cut Any Size. f..y ; ,

    New Industries and Indus- he wears- VESSELS Steamcmps.IN, PORT. i E. G. SEWALL I -

    Is yours a llenzele Ger 58. : '
    Jorgensen 12SS
    trial in St Vincent to H. Baars & Co. j Phones 614363. 2* N. TamtBUU :
    Development $5.a frfI'-I'''
    LION BRAND Camperdoron Br ss, Alexandra, IfZO J -
    f&stun Gulfport to F. O How & CoHelsingburg. ;
    a the South. 15 Cents Each At All .erS SB, Schriel, 1422,1 SCARRITT MORENO. ; ,
    2 for 25 Cents. Good Shops. Huelva to Bros. Rye "
    of the marketbuy JUiodesian. Br ss. Peck. 2051. Carte-: SaT -
    gent to Gulf Transit Co. Agent for Dlebold and Lock C**, 3 !
    Canton. Ohio 1-
    ShipsAvantl Office and Salearoom-,20 E. ...'.. St.
    Chattanooga. TenD, Nov. 22.-It Is -
    now -the demand for Nor snip Anderson, 1643. Lon-: :
    "old-joe" is steadily'increasing coming to be understood throughoutthe I don. to ordr. !
    that the south the Port ship Barros 506, Lisbon
    country Is future Ferreira '
    because it's a whiskey of industrial battle-ground of the surAeTuR( to master. ;Twice distilled in copper- DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL :; l'
    $ STitt'MLRKETREPORT Canada Br ship, Spurr. % 37, Rio ,
    rirt-'uaIity never fluctuates republic and will continue to lead in Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co. i
    : i ; maaefrom the best grain development for probably a great .1UIIPtMtJ Harbinger. Rus ehiiv. 1399, Algoa Bay: ripened in heavily charred oak
    number of years. At the present time to master. i I ;
    appreciated good judges. {
    i Ingrid Nor ship. Dannell. 1260. Antwerp ': ji )
    e there is no other section into which to McK. petting & Co. i barrels bottled the distilleris ;
    (full!I meisure convenient package anything like an equal amount of cap- Lena, Ital ship, Tassara, 1581. Londonto by I W. .
    ital and strenuosity Is being Invested order. BARTON, !
    moderate! price-so'd' everywhtre for the conversion of Barks. I smooth and mellow. \\i
    i resources -
    bk. Law. f
    Afredo Urufiiaan Maragas 9S7. pure, f fnon't Attorney -: '
    into marketable commodi-- Montevideo to H. H. Thornton. I '
    bit. Svensen. 13!!. Durban Offices-Fisher Baflding. PaUfoz: utareet. : 1
    "b & ties. Appreciating the practically dor- Alfhild. wed -j f
    ajlanta win .
    to master. prauUce in all the state and Unite :
    1 mant and virgin wealth of all this Andrea Nor bk Quale 114. Durban to 1 spoil your treat by failing I States Courts.. Twenty-thre rears' e.jperteace. ;- : : ;,. i'.\
    vast section the great railroad organizations Blaster \. .;
    : are spending their Billions of Campbell. Nor bk, Hausken. 1100. t:l "
    dollars in Stavanger to McK. Oertlng & Co. to get Old Quaker. T. I i iI
    competition with one another Chacma Nor bk. Jorgensen, 557. G. YATES M. D. 'TOptician. 1
    pushing into hitherto unoccupied --- l' --- Fle order. I I ..| I '\
    House territory and paving the way for rd.t'k bk. Jensen 13SO Rosarloto f .
    Opera I ;< Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co.. j .
    __ _______nn___ an era of expansion such as the peopleof : Helmdal order. Nor bk. Hensen. 1354 HoU i iI f;-L4 i
    the south have never dreamed I to order. i 306 Thiesen BuUdin g.

    would be possible. In addition to this : Humberto. Span.. bk. 1111 Battle. Ha- \> jFjjjjjljjjSt..iCoronet I Twenty year1Specialist. experience as an Ey.. :::-.1< t'l 1

    MONDAY, NOV. 26th. movement new factories or every description i:vana' Isabel to Browne.order. Rus bk, LJndquist I Examination fr... ; ', -' '''' I Inroai6TnTrTnTrr8Thb
    are being located every day :. Hull to master 131.1
    the south is marching along to the NAVAL STORES. Kink Oscar II, Nor bk, Johnson. 752. .1:
    music of the hammer and saw, and 'Rosarlo to A ZeUusLilla. L. C. PHILLIPS Ph. ) : ;;:
    Savannah, Ca. Nov. :22! .-The naval i Nor bk Aanonsen 1030 Santosto ,
    where the smoke of battle long since stores market closed to-day as .ollowsVW : order. Old Tom and Dry Gin i Homeopathic. 'j, 11 I

    Song Recital cleared away the skies are again over \ .......;:'.........-..............7 25 I Lluis.to Uruguayan order. bk. Lopez. 700 Havana PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. .1.; : ; :
    f '
    cast, but with the smoke of \\G i
    furnaces 675

    _by_ factories and mills. '-: .::::::::-:::-:::':::::::,.::::::::::::6 S 25II 60 I i Lynn Maria Martaa to master.Ocr Madre bk. Ital French.bk 1922 Simonetta Kings ,, Office Hours and: 9 to Residence 11' a. m.,.12 1 N.to 5...p....m... ; 'Y')3 ':'f ; "-t 'I.f

    The accompanying list, which is ob- K ......_...........................5 10 order. T- .,:
    146S, Genoa to Ptlene 86.JUUJU.g.frg
    tamed from reports made to The 1 ....................................4 40 I r
    H ...................................4 Za: i Mecca ttor bk. Ellefeen. 995 Hamburg; 8 g gg 8 8j" 0890 O 8 O I B Ojfc i"f: i'l
    Tradesman. mentions tile principalnew U aelius i _
    WalkerEminent I G ...................................400 A. ..' j
    Julian industries located in the south F ...................................S 94E I I London Negpore to,A.Nor ZeHtisOlivari bt;. OJerdsen. 1128 East: ; ; : Frederick AusfeU. F. M. Bkwoto t I !
    I Ii
    during them; the are week heavily ending capitalizedinothers to-day. Someof ::::::::::,:::::::::::::::::::::::..385 3 90D i,der. hal bk, Costa, Genoa to or f Witcher Zemurray & Co l! AUSFIELD & BLOUNTt-t iArchitects i- ,, :

    American 3asso. no report as to the capital in- C ...................................3110 i Pallas. Nor bk, Johnson, 1219. Plymouth ,. ; l I

    vested is made. The week's development Spirits Turpentine 67 cents. : Superb, to A Nor Zettus tk. VIle, 1934 Antwerp Brent Bldg. 43 Masse Bldg, i".i f
    is very gratifying, includingsuch Peniaco'a! Cotton Market. : to A. Zellus & Co Commission Brokers. Penaacola. Fla. Montgomery, AUJ123U ;' f' ,- 1 -
    HENRI WEHRMANN new industries as coal and lumber The following Pensacola cotton quota- I Schooner, *. -
    tions are furnished: by S, P. Conor & Clara E:. Randell AID sen. 883. Calbar.' : : "I
    Violin SoIoztFERDINAND companies in Alabama; Co., F. O. B. cotton brokers, Pensacola, len Cuba, to J. A. Mefritt & Co. WM. A. BORMANS : 1.
    warehouse companies in Arkanas; Florida: t Dome ChrtfOna, Am oeto: MeLsod. 16$. f
    two naval stores plants in Florida; Good Middling .......................165i Belize to master. Pensacola '"t.J! New Orleans I Architect and Superintendent ; ,-1 ..
    Strict Middling.......................10% I Domlra. Br sen. Reddle. 2001. St. Lucia Offlc*-305 Brent Bw41 tbt! I 1 .
    eleva- <
    spinning mill in Georgia; gram Middling ..............................10 I to rnast r. 11 W. Intendencia. 820 Common. Phone 823. Pentacela Fla. ", f
    DUNKLEY, tors in Indian Territory; flour mill in Strict Low Middling .................9% Freddie Heucbflu. Am acts, Bryant 479, : I tr'l
    Kentucky; lumber and construction Low middling .............':...........9JOBBERS' i Havana to master.Elegant -_ _ _ f } !
    Pianist. Louisiana cotton mills Cotton Stocks Grain Provisions
    companies ; : SECRET SOCIETIES. Y
    in Mississippi; several mining companies QUOTATIONSPENSACOLA premiums given: A
    in Missouri; cotton and 'knit bought and sold on margin or for investment.
    Greatest of musical for tickets in Obelisk I'
    pink i )
    array ting mills- In North Carolina: invest- i PENSACOLA LODQE. NO. S. f.
    Pensacola Lodge No. 9, K. of P. i
    talent assembled in Pen-
    ever ment companies in Oklahoma; cotton I following are the quotations os meets every Monday "'r.ut J:31o'clock .11.- i
    sacola. companies in South Carolina; lumber produce in the Pensacola market flour.Real Out-of-Town Orders Given Special Attention. at their temporary .| ; :
    and coal companies in Tennessee; Creamery Butter. per pound. 30 to 32c. Estate Transfers. i over Pou'a stable west Intended* SC I '
    Renovate Butter, per pound. 24 to ZSc. Visiting brethren cordlafljr ,' '
    Regular sale of tickets atCoes. three warehouse companies and rice Cream Cheese. daisies. 16c. Following is a list of the real estate Direct Private Wires. Telephone No. 1173. a;. H. DKJNARD. crCo :1 i r .
    mill in Texas; mining company in Cream Cheese, singles, 15c. transfers recorded yesterday furnished by I anon.zz.K.1lt.8. it ,
    Friday, 1023.. Virginia and lumber and coal com Country Egs, 27 to 28c._ the Pensacola A' mo-: i 'j-
    Grown chickens, dozen $5 to $6. 1
    late train for \\rarrjng.n panies in West Virginia. Ducks. per dozen, The complete list as given out by Irish Potatoes, Michigan, per bu. 75 to The south 120 feet of lot 24 and the east Rebecca. meeU every Monday night at ; "I
    and Barrancas. 86<'. 35 feet of lots 1 to 4. block 60. West King --5 !
    ) authority of The Tradesman to-day Is S o'clock In L 0. 0. F. halJL Visiting ,' -
    Irish Potatoes, N. Y, per bu.. 80 to S5c. I Tract-$100.00 and other valuable considerations. sisters cordially Invited to be present '
    as follows: sweet Potatoes, per bu., 82; to &0c. MRS. J. T. PTJLLUM. H. Q, "" J :- ) ,
    I Alabama. Yellow Onions per bushel 80 to 85c. Morris Buntette to Alexander Higging MRS.. HATTIE: NEVILLE, Sec. I. .'f II..
    Florida and Alabama Birmingham-$50,000 coal company; Red _Onions, per bu., 85 to 90c Lots.Ot5 and IS. block valuabU 120 New City Tract k,
    $1 and other considerations.J
    Spanish OnioN in crate, $1.40 to J1.40
    $100,000 supply RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30.
    ore company; .
    McL. Gfitte 'H Clubbs So fa
    holland Seed Cabbage lb., 1%c. $0 A. -
    per Rathboae Lodge, :No SO. Knights fPythta.s
    ccmpany. Domestic Cabbage crate ::.z;;. 35 feet of the east 1J6 feet of Arpent lot of I
    per meets .very Thursday night I '
    LAND COMPANY Mobile-Amusement company; $10- Lemons per box S4.50 to Sa.00. 84, and the aortk S feet of the east. 135 Be BusinessLikeThe Castle Hall. Members of sister lodges "t
    000 trust company.DaldwinLuqtber. Limes. per crate J2 75; to $3.00. feet of ArDent lot 83, New City-.$1 09 and and visiting brethren cordially invited t" : i Ito f
    [Manufacturer or Apples (Ben Davis). per bbL. $2.75 to other valuable consideration attend. J. M. ROPER", C. a : ; : ;
    company. $300 Jas. Chestnut to W. C. Ma'key-The C.J.LEYET.KR.&S. -, ,
    and Dealers laLUMBER. Pell City-Bottling works. Apples, best v .60 to J3.75. north half of lot 3, of seetion %!. Tp 1 S, ', I
    SAWED CYPRESS SHIN- Ensley-Foundry. Oranges per box tr.I! to S3 R, 30 W, 40 ac_JMO.OO. M.. E, 6. A. No. 81. meets tint aed i ;
    R. P. Aimbler to W. L. .
    ULES AND KILN,DRIED SAP. Oranges (Florida) per box $2.75. J1ahs-4ot 13. 7:30 I r.t
    Canoe Station-$25,000 lumber mill. ., -106. :NewJackson third Wednesday eventogs p. m .e- I
    Crape Fruit per box J3.7R to $ blO'f yTct4lSoeLs? Rafford Hall. No. 10. West Intendeaci i : .' i !
    Arkansas. Tomatoes bushel crates. $1.65 to SI 75.
    A. Q FEU Pre. S t
    Pine Bluff- -$25,000 lumber company Geese per dozen. $9. Square Ooffe* stands for giving of checks in the payment of bills and street J. I* SWEENEY. Secy. ,c I
    Turkey per pound 13: to IGc. quality put up in 2Sc &0c and $1.00 i
    Rutabagas bn 75 to SOc. other obligations is the most dignified manner 4' i' ;
    The Storm Dec Arc-$15,000 warehouse com Malaga Grapes per bbl. 15,00 to S3:50. air tight tins. pleases others. Why PIN8ACOLA LODGE NO. 4. I. O. O. F. l
    per L Ii ,
    pany. Cranberries. per bbl Jll.50 to $12.50.II not try it? transacting such business. And in addjtion, meets PwaacoU every Lodge.Tfemsday No. evening 4. O.at O. 730 F.. 4

    Lonoke Ozark--$25,000$4,000 warehouse. warehouse company.com worker. Alfraan has moved'tin copper to 109 and East sheet Government iron- .. C.lo,<:ot the Essniae. it enables you to keep tab on your expenditures- .at the.new Visiting baU on brethren Betatoat cordially and Bayleatreeta. in ,' 4.fJ.f'. .. i.

    \\'C now have all of our company. street in the opera house building. It Is a popull'e that the ermIne prevents the useless spending of money. Put all vited.A. KERLE.B. YiTKOVSKT.;; N. O. /-, { "of J

    working Pocahontas-Mining company. PRIMARYIN sheds its brown summer coat and thaton your money in the bank and draw checks against \,.. / '
    storm-beaten docks Lewisvtlle-Spoke ana wagon factory -WHITE the approach of winter a coveringof o w ,
    it and you'll be surprised at how much cant Live Oak Camp JTo. 1. W. O TV.: i'lii'i'I. :
    : .
    -. and are prepared to dock MARIANNASpecial Mowy whIte fur tale its plac lOU meets In Pythian hall the lat and 3rd j ;'
    Florida. This was a natural eooctoslon, as a Wednesdays in each month. Visiting .
    save.FIRST_ __ ._.__ __ _
    ,, lavltad \j
    corOtally '
    i tiverelgna
    stores plant ------
    from 100 Gainesville-Naval of rn the color of
    any to 3,000 to The Journal. possibility a ctang F. A. CL aE. '
    Winter Garden $50,000 naval iMarianna. Nov. 22.-There was a the fur had not occurred to scientists. LESLIE BROOKS .
    tons on short notice. We stores plantPensacola white democratic primary held here Experiments however have been fit...

    ihcit estimates from cap- $30,000 lumber com today for the nomination or city offi made, and the brown coated ermIne ;

    pany. 1 cers. The vote was as follows: has been placed la a ttrj tow tempera. Illl
    ains and owners of vessels Georgia. I For Mayor-Thos, E. WalKer 79; C. ture. Almost immediately a change: t1E8S C
    Atlanta cold: storage plant; $5,000 I L. Wilson 69, 3OHERN
    and I IColumbus$500.000 was visible ia the color tt tbs fur. and NATIONAL BANKOF ,
    requiring docking rcpaIT" mattress factory. spinning milL L.For McDaniel Marshal-59.J. K Behymer 88; C. without shedding the creature became

    La Grange--$10,000 textile plant I For Councilmen. three to be elect. snowy white. PENSACOLA. FLA. ,

    Macon-$10,000 development com! ed: J. M. Dillon 105; M. L. Dekle 91; i

    pan I Baltzell 85 George Farley 83; SaD.. ..
    N. A. ;
    OLLINGER S, BRUCEDRY Covington-$15,000 chair factory. J. D. Smith 61. There are many kinds of smiles, each Designated Depositary of the United States.W. .1' l

    Indian Territory. '!'Wg a distinct character. Some an- ,,-:' .t4 t4To 1

    DOCK COMPANY I Tulsa-$50,000 brick works. 1J.Obdre goodness and sweetness; others H. Knowles,.President. W. K. Hytr, Jr., Vk..Presiftnt. and Cashier :
    Coweta-$10,000 coton- gin; $10.000 companEnid$10,000 betray sarcasm bitterness and Thos. W. Brent. Acs J: Cashier. W. N. Roberts. ABB t Cashier. ..J ; j

    MOBILE, ALA. .1.1I grain elevator; $15.000 grain eleva construction, company. pride; some so/tea the countenance by DItecW.Co Brent W.A. Blount. W. H. Knowles. W. K Hy.r, Jr, { "

    I tor. their languishing tenderness; othersbrighten D, Q. Brent. all parts of the country t : L
    I Kentucky. South Carolina. fl"
    by their spiritual vivacity.Lavater. ; .- ,
    Louisville $6,000 manufacturing Branchville-$8,000 cotton gin. ,
    AACAPUDJN company.Berea-Flouring mill.Ashland$50OCO Pickens Roebuck--$7,000$10,000 land wood company manufac- Th. Southern Ezpres Com aC) l f -> 1
    HeC.leallfJU 4 KM.
    .1-'t1 t ttL1AY ai-twttlill't1.T catu I ice and cold storage -turing receives and forwards freight, ;
    JOHN PFEIFFER; AstlStait CartiwJ !
    B. E. Moore a practical farmer near C W.LAMAR Pruide?- '
    ".%, .. HEADACHES j ; plant. GreenvilIe-ZOOOO cotton'company. Wtnsted Conn.. thinks he has solved .E..CURK.Vi -PrMidniU 'Cashier. J.W.ANDREWS.Assilillt Cas5ia'i money,and valuables of all descrip* 'I' :I i
    Lexington-Ice cream company. Anderson-Gas plant.
    imt i> COLDS 1 Owensboro-Tannery. Wh\nsboro-$5OOO land company. the scarcity of farmhand help problemby lions no nil paiic of the country 1: 'f i

    ..IBt..kL..Ifl.uza.t It..- I Stephensport-Quarry. Tennessee. IChattanoogal0,000 Installing and a milking electric motor machine., gasoline the THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK with connections for Canada, Ifexi :'::1 hi; !
    : Louisiana. mining company engine says ,
    co. Havana, Cuba,European points, L-F
    Wimfield-Ice factory. ; $50.0'!)'} f'0")1 company; $10,000 New York World. Sawing the wood OF PtKSACOLA, 'L4. s 4
    t-4 I.
    Monroe-$ OOOO, land company. Iron working plant. tPitl; cutting ensilage, shearing Angora goats etc. ;, 11t i

    New Orleans-$100,000 construction Knoxville-*.tfw4 land company. and sheep! milking cows, separating Opera House Building. The Southern Express Company

    YOUR GROCER HAS IT company machinery and_ supply company Henderson-Laundry. milk churning butter washing clothes, DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. operates OB 30,000 mike of first-: j1) i t
    ; lumber company. Nashville-$1,000 manufacturing lighting the house and barns are all 1 -J$
    class routes, and in conoactioa with ::
    Lake Charles-Saw mill company. SURPLUS $60.000.
    Ask him to send you don now by power at Moore's. CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. "
    : ;
    Mississippi.Jackson Morristown-Hardware company.: the Adams :Express Company, on -

    -$25,000 Investment: company. Huntington-Lumber- milL 1" DIRECTORS. through waybills, with through '1 ;

    'jacksonSquare" amusement com ; .000 Texas.navigation Henry L. Covlngton, Frank Rcilly F. E. Browner, :ar. and through -
    Meridian-$10,000 Houston-$50 compa'ny J. (M. Pfelffer W. S. Rosasco C. W. Lamar, messengers per lh;

    pan. ; $11,375. cl company. Bryan DuRHody, T. F. JWcGouiln. J. L Saunders forms a unified service,constituting, j 4 : j-

    Vicksburg-$50,00 gravel company; Dallas-:$100,0000 warehouse com $ A. M. "..-ery. W. H. {Hilton, 0. E. Maura, the largest system of the kind lathe :t 1 '

    $10,0w packet company. pany. W. L. Cawthon. Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie Ocrtlng *", ..
    Durant-$50,000 development com- Ft. Worth-$20,000 land company. Alex McGonln, C. Covlnfiton.. M.\ E. Clark. world. r.v' > '* >+' --1: f .

    pany. :Mexia-Ice factory. Money Orders are sold & NI ti.;
    Coriuth-$100,000 cotton mill. Beaumont-$150,000 rice: mill com I JtUty, t tl< Missouri. pany. BUY Jn connection for the convcoiracc of customers. agencies of the Southern Express .-' r:::' :

    (Java Blend.) St. Louis-$5,000 development company Corpus Christ!-$10,000 lumber company Company at reasonable hours. K*>
    interest Paid Time Deposits. 1
    ; $70,000 tent and duck company; Four percent on wlpt is given and money l. refund ,
    $50UOO Iron working plant; $350,000 Bowie-$7,500 warehouse company. LP ,. I f i-
    COFFEE land company; $100,000\ briquette company Gonzalez-$12,500 development com i WhiskY ed if order is lost 1 ; I

    ; 25,000 supply company. pany. I This is the cheapest way to send ; '
    Joplln-$60,000 mining company; Galreston-$10,000 cotton products THat has ttcreputation t
    This Coffee Blendd to NATIONAL small remittances by mail or other 1 I
    mines. company. THE CITIZENS BANK
    You. wiae.'P
    Suit 1 :
    Carthage-$100,000 mining company Virginia. I I -

    Your $30,000 mining company. chine shops; .$50,000 packing company. -, Tor PurMy.It .- ; j
    it to your grocer. Scotland-Mines. General Banking Business Conducted on a Safe and ConservativeBasis. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.As -tf:1:::1 I

    Money guaranteed refunded.by us. Every can Webb City-Mines.North Luray-$200,000 mining company. is fast as easy tose- I ._ t 't all kicks registered in thIs 0(.' -U. \\or

    Carolina. Petersburg-Cigar factory.- cure the pure article: vs Correspondence Solicited-.R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. flee for failure of deliver of UM tl Ij \ : t
    Charlotte-$125,000 West.Virginia. ,
    Co. I that paper are charged cp to the carriers 4JJ i fit
    Importers Coffee company. Charleston-$50,000 mining compa. fot the same money you
    i I
    that subscribers be
    is deevoos ) } i'i J
    Mooresville-Cotton mill. ny; $30,000:; coal and coke company. for the adulterated. If ,
    Limited. Taboro-$50,000 knitting plant Central City-$25,000 wharf and ferry pay quite certain that the paper has not '*,- j lf i

    Oklahoma. company. Pure Whisky Is what you City of Pensacola Improvement Bonds. been delivered before registering sues .;,ti- '

    New Orleans, La. warehouse com Parkersburg-Bnck works. s --4
    Manyum-$2i.000 ask for JJ J, J kick.
    want, 11000.00 -ch. Dated January 1st. 1901. January let if. th"
    pany. Clarksburg-$10,000 development 931. .'' Jail. {.t, 1926. let rsa Payable KSSOSS At times complaints comes In from p I
    Harrah-$10,000 hardware company. company. MOORE" FOR SALE SALE i
    "JESSE WE OFFER ,IN f'foBg llpsuUcm.PRIOR houses at which we are certain the ._ 1it;
    The Co. Guthrie-$300,000 mining company. Martinsburg$5,000 land company. !
    Lewis Bear
    "AA"N. has been delivered and this! !Iscbvtouslr I
    Cheyenne-$25,000 investment com Fairmont-$5,000 rubber stamps paper :.:. '._

    Pensacola, Fia.DISTRIBUTERS.. pany. .. works. GOLDRJNG.rriuBUTOH. The Peoples Bank of Pensacola, unjust to the toys If joa t--- < I I I

    Hobart$50,000 investment. co.mpa- Wheeling-$100.000 candy company. ". do not get the paper we want to toow ff4 "-,
    :2: ny. Huntington-$70,000 lumber company. PLNSACOLA Ft*. PensAcola, Fla. It; but please! be cd ain. i I

    2 Oklahoma City-.$50,000, investment :f't t : :
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    ; ,Nttha' L' rum ,

    SHOES PEONAGE CASEUEFENSE. ;- : ::11Im NftJ Seasonable

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    r LULV. SweatersHat
    .S ij.t.T: -

    : Sensible, Stylish, DurableSkilled m ml Happiness

    I m mI Shirts in Smart Society

    (Continued from Page Two.)

    of Lanlnger and Mihaly, there had S-FC>1'JE

    workmen only make the shoes we sell. been no contradiction of the contention -
    of the government, which had I 4Wl\ I THE HABERDASHER.
    The leathers they use are the best. The uppersare been amply proven by trustworthy j
    witnesses It had even been shown I i

    sewed with silk. The soles are flexible because that one man at least "was strapped i:1i:! 7'LU I 222. S. Palafox.KNOWLES .
    I like a hog about to be butchered. Th;

    they are, .sewed with the Goodyear welt 'process. testimony showed 'that the company I =

    had been after the men for debt. .' fr\;, !i11 i # r BROS.Insurance. .
    They fit. well, look well, wear well-good The case of Jordmons, who was set S j mm
    upon and beaten on the day of his arrival -
    weather or bad. was considered by :Mr. Reese at ;::4 I .
    some length. The man had -evndent- ? /Miv FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT. MARIM

    They are full value honestly constructed. $2.50, l ly been beateq as a warning to others; I m N1 I General Agents of

    that they were then helpless 'and 1 r The Equitable

    $3, $3.50, $4, $5.50 and 650. must do as the company wanted them I m mN I
    to do.. The perjury of witnesses" for I II LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW
    defense who tried to cover up theguilt '. I YORK.
    of the bosses of the Jackson N 303 South Palafox Street

    Lumber Co.. was said Mr. Reese, "sufficient I -

    to convince the jury of their !
    guilt If Gallagher had dared to have Just Received.
    done so it was possible that he would Imported Macaroni, Sweet Oil C7-.p,
    THE JOHN. WHITE STORESpecialists have given them taste of Dill Pickles Sauer Kraut. JJapkeni
    I a rough Fish Fig! Feet Spanish ODIMBread. ? pix
    treatment when they attempted to get I I'N French Navy Bread. Eryu.f
    away at Ft. Valley. fresh and new.
    Witch Hazel $1.00
    One of the worst Instances: said per gallon
    in Men's and Boys' Wear Mr. Reese, was that of a crowd of Bros. & Co Marine Grocery Company.V. .

    armed men with'bloodhounds cross- i Fine Clothes Maters J. VIDAL, Manager.
    Phone 225' 205.207 S. PALAFOX ing the line into our state to capturea w I r
    man and to force him to return i Baltimore and New-York: mm

    across the state line to a conditionof
    peonage. Trurich Mihaly was the ,Nm COFFEErT"l

    man these who was pursued into Florida by A FELLOW DOESN'T BUY AN OVERCOAT OFTEN m -rT"l;; L"" ,"=.. onI

    ..................... .. ................NN.NN..N and Sandor.armed Witnesses men-Gallagher. Grace
    to this fact

    were numerous and trustworthythere N and when he does, h s'hot1ld"gct the best article obtainable for his money. 'LU FAMOUS REND '
    i I could be no question about it.
    GAS HEATERS SAVE FUEL Mihaly was whipped like*"a convict U' When you buy an Overcoat, Top Coat, or Cr v nette,'w th. Schloss Bros..

    . and was returned to the camp; he 1 name in. it, you have a guarantee beyond question that it is the best that JiI "EVERY CUP'S A CUP OF JOY."
    was then threatened by Doctor Grace
    They save fuel in starting and stopping, save waiti i and assaulted by Gallagher and forcedto money and skill can produce. We have an excellent line of this worldtu

    ,. ing, save discomfort, save ,doctor bills. Regulated : Another return to important work. matter the famous make now on our,counters prices ranging from $12.50 to $22.50. N A Few of the Many Wno Un and

    I same as a lamp and there's,no waste., S documentary evidence in the case was and Also a handsome line of Suits, $15 to $35. Trousers from $4 to 12.50: Will Recommend it

    none of it-had been denied: Not a m Kandy Kitchen Kompany City.
    be show .Call to-day.
    to onus:
    witness had been produced by defense ru pleased you. m Nick Apostle, i'o. 2, City.Osceola
    | who had even made an attempt to Cafe Nonpareil.City..
    deny the authenticity of the telegramsent Watson Parker & Reese Co. T. M. C. A.. City.

    i puts ,a good"' rie'into your" home. Will be glad to from,, Laurel Hill to Mr. Harlan.In Klondike Cafe .City.

    + talk to vou-about it.Pensacola. I the had case followed of Jeb"Ifowefl the wrong, the lead government LUr33 and 35 S. Palafox St. "Everything to Wear." N Jno.Cafe. L.H.Royal.Bear Mulloy City.W. City., City.

    i, ': and had found out, when ;the trial .aeeaeeaaeaaaeaaaeaaaeaaaeaaaaaaaeasasea I* WiII '<. City.
    f was i about; half over that .t.M.black- Gus EIt f'n. City.
    j .; H. F. DeBrous Navy Yard.
    sumn in question was tne oiacxsmun Mrs. H. Tate. City.Mr. .
    : i Gas Company i at Crestview and he had been 'produced been directly rebutted by the testimony Walker Willis. Montgomery d:a.
    and D. V. DALYDIES. :Mrs. Jas. FHart.. Athens, Ci
    fully 'identified.
    i Phone 148. 24 and 27 ,. Reverting again to "of.Lamata-and Kemp., He also Mr. Joe Cra t, CJty.
    E. Garden Street.Don't documentary
    stated that, In his,opinion- the boys -HRE E DESTROYS C. J. Om inK. City.C. .
    ...........................................NNNNN evidence Mr. Reese said that Mr. Har who had testified that the Bulgarian IN SAVANNAHFORMER McK. Oertlnjr. City.
    lan was,' of his own admission over Jordmons J. W. Coons City.
    : had struck, at Gallagher .
    Pilots, Navy Yard.J.
    his own signature of
    guilty acts that
    had committed a deliberate act of. per D. Kendall, City.
    were sufficient of themselves to justify -jury. The fact that nearly all of the Reneto Caro. City.
    the belief that he was fully ac- witnesses, had testified that none of PENSACOLIAN EXPIRES TURPENTINE Walter Langford. City.
    Theo. In aham. City.
    quainted with conditions at the camp. the bosses at the, carried revol- ;
    You Worry Mr. Reese then read the affidavits in AFTER A LINGERING Jno. Collins. City.
    vers was called to the attention of Albert Rlera City.
    the Barsota and Crum cases in which the Jury;' and the' fact that the testi-- ILLNESS. Joe Roth City.
    Mr. Harlan charged that the men in Mrs. W. S. Oarfield. City.
    Your mony in this regard had been directly Miss Lillie Taylor City.
    About Goods.
    Holiday question had left the service of
    the rebutted, not only:by witnesses for STillS James ScholJs. City.
    company without paying money advanced city Mrs. Ella City.
    the government. but, by witnesses ricer
    for Many in will regret to Dr. Thos. City.Win. .
    passage money. This of
    called by the defense, was argued .
    V. for Warren City
    itself was not so bad but Harlan had : learn that D. Daly, some yearsa
    with telling effect.the' And others too numerous to rnentta
    I have anything you need in .bi- not appealed to the law for protection; resident of Pensacola, passed away
    he had had the connection Huggins with the Wednesday afternoon in Savannah,
    cases dismissed
    cycles, guns, rifles, ammunition, conditions that the men contract on to taking of "Square Head" and Buckley where he had gone in'July on accountof Entailing a' Loss of About WEST FLORIDA

    return to work; he had paid their fine away from the camp after proceedings failing health. His brother, M. V.
    fishing tackle, athletic goods ,tennis and the costs and the men were re- in the case had been commenced I Daly who left here Wednesday night $7JOOO-One Convict
    automobiles turned to the Did was gone into in detail and the state upon receipt of a telegram announc- STEAM BAKERYN.
    goods veloc- company. the
    wagons, of the justice of the actions ment of one ol. the, boys made upon: ing his critical illness, received a telegram -
    ; ipedes, footballs, ,phonographs, Harlan not show that a conspiracy peace the stand wasvfead' =j to the jury.,Mr. en route to Savannah announcing Escapes. McK. Oerting, Prop.
    between them existed Huggins had not denied that he took his death. ,
    Typewriters and Everything at the boys but had admitted take -- SOLE HANDLERS FOR CITY.
    Mr. Reese said it may be argued away The deceased had many friends In
    that Mr. Harlan had no direct ing the- boys not to the works for I Pensacola and was one of the valued Two fine turpentine'stills, the prop- Phone 242. No. S South Palafox Street
    the man's connec-
    prices to .suit
    poor purse. tion with the case but that he had which he said he was'recruiting labor i employees of the Consolidated Naval erty of the Panona Naval Stores Com-

    7 i .Call i and see what we have stated under oath that he was the but to Lumber City, where they had I Stores Company, where he was employed pany, near Chumuckla, in Santa Rosa ...
    head and front of the business been abandoned. The company feared! as inspector of rosin and tur
    / Jackson Lumber of the the boys would make trouble and for i pentine.He county, were destroyed by: fire there
    Co. It did not mat
    ter whether Harlan knew of the that reason Huggins, spirited them! was a sufferer from Bright's dis- yesterday morning and in the conCussion .
    of Laninger or not; if there return away to Georgia. The story that the ease and when his health began to one of the convicts escaped from

    ; F. B. BRUCE evidence that he had taken part was In boys' had been cutting timber other fail he decided upon a trip to Savannah the stockade. Between 75 and 100 I
    bringing other than that owned by the Jackson his former home in.hope that he barrels f
    men backeither to : of crude gum were also destroyed
    Lumber Co. was altogether too thin would obtain relief.
    work out
    a debt or not, It would showa even Huggins had not tried to make entailing a total loss'of about
    The Goods condition of
    Man The
    Sporting peonage. dogs
    ) shown : the jury believe it, but stated that BE CHARITABLEto 7000..
    were to
    been kept at Mr.I
    Harlan's he was recruiting labor. your horses as well as to your* The Panona Company is a, branchof
    house and it
    was not denied
    neither I The story of Hilton said Mr. Reese self You need not suffer from pains the Escambia Land & Manufacturing
    did he
    ; deny anjof the' '
    allegations agaInst' him. It was most improbable and very con- of any sort-your horses need not Co., of this city, and the reports
    shown that these was flicting. There was no question that suffer. Try a bottle of Ballard's received by the officers here yesterday
    dogs were used
    'form one of the requirements of life. upon two occasions in chasing Hilton was hot upon the trail of Snow Liniment. It cures all pains. J. were to the effect that early yesterday -

    : Yours always be clean if you It was also shown that :Mr. Harlan men. some foreigners; whether Hilton was M. Roberts Bakenfield Mo., writes: morning one of the men fired
    Clean I Clothes I send them to got into a controversy with a news- frightened or not there was no doubt "I have used your Liniment for ten up and both while of the he stills at the same time,
    about Laninger being intimidated by was attending to one
    and find It to be the best I have
    this years CARRIAGES
    paper; was on July 24, the
    ; The very the other ,
    New became
    too hot and the
    day Mr. Hilton's gun. The whole story, as ever used for man or best. Sold ball y cap
    man returned.
    PHONE 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. Ne* Uethod Liundry Bldg. W. KGU! ," $1 ''I lan's letter addressed was to the Mr.editorof Har told by Hilton was flimsy in the extreme druggists. blew off, and as soon as the fire ignited SURREYS,
    The ; not only flimsy but ridiculousand overflowing gum, there was
    Pensacola Journal 'was
    then NOTICE: no controlling It. Both stills BUGGIES
    The evidence
    , improbable. was were ,
    -- I read to the jury. Among other
    things There will he a special under
    same shed and
    " conclusive to the affect that Laningerhad everythingwas
    the letter stated that the meeting of Mt. Horeb. R.
    men were
    'irresponsible been placed under arrest and had s A. Chapel, No. 6. on Friday destroyed.The WAGONS, .
    u.F tramps" and further on been forcibly returned to Lockhart to the I3M inst., at !stockade containing a large
    ; said: "Some df the. men who came work out a debt. 7:30 p. mBy order of number of convicts Is located abouta -HARNESS, .
    .A. were of the no-account class who triedto t- hundred
    NOT yards distant
    QUESTIONOF get away before they left New Mr. Reese said there was no doubt W. E. ANDERSON at first reported here and it was RUNABOUTS,
    York. These whatever about the guilt of the defendants Secretary. that all had
    men kept trying to
    escaped but.later reports showed I from $37 to $153.
    escape after-they were here." and that guilt had been am- Wherever Jackson' Square Coffeeb only one man
    MONEYBeing The question of contract with the ply proven by the government. Such has (>(!n tried its cup quality 'has away. succeeded in getting ---

    men. entered into through a New York a condition as had been disclosed by been praised.. Leading grocers have See our line of Buggies before
    Labor agency was also gone into InI I the evidence threatened the very It here. ASK' your grocer for a free THERE'S NO USE buying as we ha e
    detail and it was shown in this foundation cf the government; if sucha sample. I
    connection j
    talking you can't beat Herbine for the largest stock and brit
    that the men werca indebted i condition was allowed to exist there'would
    well-dressed is nota to the company for passage i be no use for the rourt'. and r the liver. The greatest regulaterever price

    question of spending a when they arrived.Mr. money I the jails might as well be torn 'to the Premiums given away. offered to suffering: humanity.

    : Harlan had not denied that the: ground and razed. Lopk for pink tickets in Obe If you suffer from liver complaint
    -4j* lot of money; it's a" question letter to The Journal was from him; R: A. Blount Jr.. will address the If you are billious'and fretful it's your r ; Irf

    c="' t of going to the right he was a truthful man and would nol jury this morning at 9:3//). when the lisk Flour packages. liver, and Herbine will put it In i its!
    perjure himself by denying it He court convenes as it 'was too late for ---- proper condition. A positive cure for'!I
    2 "t-- place to buy your clothes. was however trying to" bore it into I him to begin his argument after Mr. JOINT MEETING OF Constipation, Billlousness, Dyspepsia'
    Most store the head of the editor Reese had finished. and all ills dug to a torpid liver Try'
    : any can sell youa that his company i I WOODMEN OF WORLD bottle ::
    a and you will never !
    was acting strictly in accordance i anything -
    suit for most New Orleans is celebrated for its else. Sold
    1 any price, with contract. Mr. Reese did: I : -- 'by all druggists. ;
    l # but when it comes to suit not doubt that Mr. Harlan thought he! coffee. Jackson Square is the coffee ,A joint meeting; of Live Oak Camp t I .
    was acting fully within his rights: from New Orleans. Try it. If not.1 and Hickory Camp Woodmen of the 1 ENTERTAINMENT. ".l .jj

    quality and a quality suit, when he sent men and dogs after the i satisfied your grocer will refund its .World will be held Sunday aftfrrown The ladies of the First BapMsti I .-,

    .;. : you have our guarantee of I men who escaped but that he had I cost. tat' 3 o'clock to arranee for the enter I I church will give an entertainment atj l''
    laws of his j ittir.ment of the visiting grand the Sunday sC-iuiU
    country soyer- room of the rtist
    ?r, Back violatedcould I Bra h Yoa rj-ebrow
    ; "Money If Not Satis- '
    be no 'doubt. \f 1CRS. Baptist church on Friday evening'Xov. '

    : ir factory." Attorney Reese went at length into 1 1I Ton Do kot'after you ever brush Iwir your and
    f t the question of perjury calling the attention your '! C. J. OKRTJXG C2env.W. :. I tainmeat will consist of vocal and in-
    : ; There isn't a style or of the-jury to the testimony of with religious care. Bat p *ips 1 it H. I..AXm ORf). S. C. |I ctrumental solos, duets quartettes!

    j 4 fabric missing that's I"Big Harry" and others who stated !I', never occurs to you that your esobrowmight a ;j L. E. BROOKS Clerk. i\&if. recitations. Among thosewitl *;io the advantage -
    new only
    } under oath that there had been no .' be improved by a little atten- 'i noriLsI I t participate are hiss AIHe Willis

    or fashionable, and everyone I whippings at the camp which had tion. Buy a soft little eyhnrw bra Mies Ellie Wentwbrth,1 Miss Alice save hard
    \ desirable and depend- made especially! for this purpose, find 1-- ----- I I Kessler Miss Mildred Kessler. Miss j

    night and rooming brush the brow in 1I (Fan Wamn, Miss: Ruth Barrett Miss 1 work, valuable time

    : Y able. $8; $10, $12.50, $15, How's :This? the way they should'goIf they aren't I!i Nell; Burrow Mrs. JP.. SanduSlk).

    1 $16.50 and up to $27.50. going the right way than train them to. I :IT'S DRUGS I Miss Lucile Lurton, Miss Irene Pit and wear on your
    We offer! On. Hundred Dollars Reward Suppose they are too thin. Then keep nE,. Miss Lottie Rice, Miss Vera 1-lilg- sending
    ] I clothes
    for any case of Catarrh that cannot be 'I by
    cured by Hall' Catarrh Cure. handy a little sweet almond oil and The Crystal Has It. hum Miss Mabel Gonzalez. Mr. S. J.
    F. J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo O. before brushing put a few drops of I I Harvey.. Mrs.. C. M. Covington. *irs!! them, to
    We. the undersigned have known F. J. J )I. Callaway
    and Miss Colin
    t o. ANSON Cheney for the last 15 years and believe this on the finger tip and gently rub THE BJG STORE. i There win Sm1th.1I
    him perfectly honorable in all business THE be no refreshments and1 I
    It Into the eyebrow. If the lasbes-'suv HANDSOME: STORE.A I
    Copyright 1906I II. transactions and financially able to carryout short full 'line of Toilet Article the price of admission will be only 1! The Star Steam
    Tb.Ho.e.ofKupp.nhNneq any obligations made by his firm. and scanty do the same thing: tt Ag.ots fol" Whitman's twenty-five cents. The proceeds will
    ; WALDINQ. K1NNAN & MARVEf. them. Treatment of this sort ought tr Woodward's Perfumes. Canoies. go to the Improvement j
    'L fund of the
    f' CASH Wholesale Drnggiats. Toledo. O.
    CLOTHIER, Hall's Catarrh Cure.la taken internally make a noticeable difference in' a few Manicure church. Laundry
    acting directly upon the blood and mu months. A very simple tonic for the Goods a Specialty. -

    f- CORNER PAUFOX AND MAIN cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials eyebrows; J is composed of red Vaselm* Jackson Square Coffee-a New Or 37 E. Garden St. Phone 1"
    sent free. Price 7;$ cents per bottle.
    Sold by all druggists. -- I 'and boric acid five grains of the for I The cr, 'stal Pb rmacy.J leans luxury. 'For sale by all leading Pensacola, Fla.f. .
    Take Hall's Family Pms for constlpa-' met to'fire> .of the latter.' Hake Into grocers. ir 2 and 4 pound air tight
    patlon. WAIIU- tins. 25c, 5Cc and '1.00. d,

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