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1i PENSACOLA PE 9ACOLA FLORIDA FRIDAY JUNE 4 1905
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The TheBunch Bunch Bunchvs
vs The Journal JournalAntiPrimary JournalFrom
From the temper of last nights
I AntiPrimary AnU Prjmar meeting as indicated indicated1n indicated1nthe in inthe I
the remarks of o nearly every speaker speakerthe spe I
the issues of the campaign seem seem lo o ohave
t tave
11 1 have ave been largely swallowed up in the thevindictive thevindicthe
P vindictive spleen which the whole wholehunch wholebun
hunch bun h entertains toward The Journal JournalFrom
From Mayor Welles down almost almosteVery almosteVery
L 1i eVery speaker took t ok a shot or two tw at atOils att1
Oils t1 ls paper and some of them devotedpractically devole1praclical1y devoted
practically all of their remarks Jour Journalward Journalward
nalward with a vigor and a vengeance vengeancethat vengeancethat I
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that spoke louder than words could couldpossibly couldpossibly couldp r
possibly dp of the impotent fury which whichpossessed whichpossessed
possessed them j jThe IThe I
The Journal dear friends Is not n t a acandidate ac
c candidate ndI ate for anything It Is simply simplypursuing simplypursuing
pursuing the even tenor of its wayj wayjunharmed waylImhanned way I Iimharrned
unharmed and all but oblivious to all allthe nUth
I the th shafts of hate and malice which whl whichyou h hyou
you can shower upon it I IYou fYou
You not only oul cannot harm The Jour Journal JO r1 r1nal j I
nal but you are doing your yo r cause no nogood nogood
good by these public exhibitions of oftemper oftemper oftemper
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temper j
The Journals advice to you there therefore thereiore ¬
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fore is to take this matter coolly coollyDont COOllYDont
Dont lose your our temper You mayj may mayilave maytLVe i
have tLVe lost the fight but some one had hadto hadto hadto
to lose loseR it You cant make defeat any anysweeter an answeeter
1 sweeter by perspiring too heavily un under tinder ¬
der the collar now nowAnd nowAnd nowAnd
And with it all do not forget that thatThe thatThe
I The Journal is not running for any anyoffice anyomce
office is not an Issue In any way ami aMthat anoJ amithat
J that your fight on o It simply constl constlutes constltutes
tutes a anoUce notice to the public that you youhave youhave youive
have abandoned all allot of your much muchvaunted muchvaunted much1
4 vaunted issues In the campaign andj andjsee andi and andr
r see your own defeat d leat fe t as clearly as any anyof anyof
I I of us can see It for you ou ouI j jYou
I You are really gone up but for forHeavens f for1 for1Heavens r rHeavens
Heavens sake dont get mad about It Itor Itr
4 or r at least dont stay mad Its Itsdangerous Usdangerous Itsdangerous
dangerous to the nervous system systemrf 1 1Tf I
Tf the price of turpentine keeps keepsclimbing keepsclimbing keepsclimbing
climbing upward u ward that commodity will willaoon wl1loon willzoon
aoon oon be almost as valuable as radium radiumAn radiumAn radiumAn
An Incident of ofLast ofLast ofLast
Last Nights Meeting MeetingLast
Last night while one of the Anti AntiPrimary AntiI AntlPrima
I Primary Prima f speakers was tfellverlng an anaddress anaddress anaddress
address at the Shine meeting he had hadthe hadthe hadthe
the bad grace ce to attempt to engage engageThe eng3geThe
4 The Journal reporter who was as pre3 present pre3nt pre3eat ¬
eat nt reporting the th meeting In ina a dls dlsanother
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cpssion issIon He was assist assisted d in this bY bYanother
another one of the AntiPrimary sup1 sup1praters supiii I
ii praters roters who was on the platform platformThe platformThe J
The representative of The Th Journal Journalvery Journalel JournaLproperly
very el properly > declined to discuss discusswith discusswith I
with the speaker and continued1 to toattend toattend toI
attend strictly to his h IS own business businessthat j I
that of reporting the meeting meetingIt rneeUn I IIf I
1 It It has got to a a stage where al alnewspaper a anewspaper I Inewspaper
newspaper reporter cannot perform performthe performthe t tthe
the duties of his profession without withoutinterference withoutnter withoutintereference
interference nter ference by men who whoarepre whoarepresumel are arei > re resumed
i sumed sumel to know better the opponents opponentsof opponentsI
of the Democratic peIIlo tic ticket must be in inpretty Inpretty Inpretty I
pretty pretty desperate straits StraitsAnd j
And if j the men who occupy O C PY such suchplaces such11lces
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places laceS cannot canno accord ac rd to t a newspaper newspaperreporter newspaperreporter
reporter the courtesies due ctueQn on onca5lons such suchoccasions sucbccasIonsl I
occasions ca5lons the thet th ought not to complain
it a few thoughtless persons in the theauidence theauidence th thldence
auidence au ause ldence occasionally forget them themselves themselves themlves ¬
selves se lves and make too much noise noiseEither noiseEither noiseEither
Either of such cases Is to be e re regretted regretted reetted ¬
gretted gr gra etted but the former Is worse if ifany ii
anything any a thIng than the latter latterPresident IatterPresident latterPresident
President Roosevelt has accepted acceptedthe acceptetYthe acceptece
the th e invitation tendered by the citizens citizensof citIzenMobile
of Mobile to visit that place during duringhis Quringbis ourin
his hi s southern trip which will probably probablycommence probablycommence probabl3mmence r
commence co cop mmence in October He Hewl11 will also alsoprobably alsoprobablystop al alrobably
probably probablystop p stop at Birmingham irmln am and andMontgomery andIontgomery zinc I Iontgomery
Montgomery M Wouldnt it be well for forPensacola forPensacola foi r rensacola
Pensacola P to extend him another in invitation invItation ¬
vitation vi tatlon to visit the Deep Water City Cityof C1t C1tof C1tthe T
of the Gulf GulfIssues Gulfsuesf I IIssues
Issues s suesf Not Personalities PersonalitiesShould PersonalitiesShould Perso alities alitieshould
Should S Prevail PrevailThe PrevaiLThe
The Atlanta News contains a time timely timei timeily timeeditorial ¬
ly editorial on the subject Let Us UsHave UsHave U 5 5ave
Have H ave Issues Not Personalities Person aU ties The Theeditorial Thiditorial
editorial e Is addressed to Georgians Georgiansbut I
but b ut it applies with equal force to Pen Pensacola penj L Lacola ¬
acola s Just now and it is therefore re republished i iublished
published p as follows followsGentlemen followsGentlemen followsGentlemen J
Gentlemen Georgians Candidates Candidatespermit Cannldatc3permit S Sermit
permit p ermit a word in season from a tran tranquil tranquil L LuIl ¬
quil q uIl and friendly newspaper which is isseeking iSI I Ieeking
seeking s to keep Its head clear amid amidthe amidthe amlihe
the t he whirl which your yo r candidacies cre create crcte ¬
ate a te
ateThe The lhe tendency is evident at this thisearly thiscarbo thi thiarly
early e day to Inject personalities free freely freeI fre frey ¬
ly y and all too fiercely into the slate slatecampaign statej stat statampaign
campaign c This spirit Is to be deplor deplored deploid ¬
ed e d and It ought to be abandoned be before before bEore ¬
fore f ore it is begun DegonLet begunLet v vLet
Let us make it clear in the begin beginning begiring ¬
ning fl ing that tat this is a campaign of Issues Issuesand Issuesand Issuend II
and a nd not notot of personalities And let us uskeep uskeep u S Seep i
keep k eep this fact clear unto the end of ofthe ofthe c if ifhe f
the t he balloting ballotingPersonalities ballotingPersonauitleg
Personalities are not what the peo people people pecie ¬
ple p ie want They want facts and argu argument 1 1ent
ment m ent and they the will resent re nt abuse by bysympathy b y yympathy
sympathy s with the man who suffers s st 5 I
Ia it I t As a matter of fact personalities personalitiesand personalitlend
and a nd abuse convince no one and rarely rarel rarelnjure
injure I the 9bjectat object at which they are areaimed arei areiaimed ar arimed
aimed aimedWe aimedWe a imedWe
We all know kn 1110 w each other and we aria ariaall ar e > 1 1all
all a aa ll Georgians We have lived too long longand longiand Ion Ionnd
and a nd too much in the open in Georgia Georgiafor a aor I Iro
for ro f or any man to altar by abuse the thepopular th e eopular I
popular p estimate of any man upon uponlhose upo ii iihose
whose hose worth the thepeopIe people have long since sincemade sincen1Rde sine e eade
made m ade up their thelrmln minors mindA s sA
A New ew York preacher rises to the thedefense thedefense th e eefense 1
defense d of John D Rockefeller Wonj Wonjder Won Wonder 1 1er
der d er If he Is bidding for a slice of that thattainted th Lt Ltaintei
tainted t money
The Dally DailyNewss Wewss Appeal AppealI Appealto
I to the State Press PressI PressInls
I In Inls Its vain nblendeVor endeavor to Injure some something something ¬
thing or somebody fo besmirch char character
1 acter and tear down reputation the OiePeasacola
Pensacola News Is really reaI y overreaching overreachingitself
itself It has gone e the limit so far faras faras faras
as candidates are r concerned and it itnow itflOW IttOW
now turns Its vicious attention to toThe toThe toThe
The Journal recites a lot of still more morevicious morevcious
vicious imaginings and then takes a adirect aii1rect
direct appeal to the state press for foraid foraid foraid
aid as follows followsWhat tol1owsWhat f llows
What do the thebrotbers brothers of the press pressthroughout pressthroughout
throughout the state think of The Thewill TheJournal TheJournal
Journal and its editor now They Theywill
will doubtless be beheard heard from with ex expressIons expresslons
presslons of the thegreateslastonish thegreateslastonishment greatest astonish astonishment astonishinent ¬
ment mentHis mentHis inentflis
His allusion to dirty methods Is on ona onI
a par with other stuff printed prlntedia ia The TheJournal TheJournalfor TheI
I I Journal Journalfor for there Is nothing In n It itivhatever
whatever The only nly dirty methods methodswere i iwere
were in the t e calling caUingof of the Primary Primarywhich Primarywhich Primarywhich
which was done at the Instigation of ofMr 01Mr
Mr Mayes himself himselfWhatever
Whatever the standing stim sthndlfl 1ng of The Jour Journal Journal Journal
nal editor may be with withtbebrothers withtbebrothersof the brothers brothersof
of the press he has entirely too toomuch toomuch tocmuch
much respect for the dignity of his hisprofession hisprofessIon bI bIprofessIon
profession the proprieties of the occa occasion accasio occasioti ¬
sion sio and the members membersot of the state statepress statepress statcpress
press themselves to attempt to Involve Involvethem Imolvethem
them in a controversy in which theycannot they theycannot thelcannot r
cannot have even the remotest per personal personal personal ¬
sonal interest interestThe interestThe
The state press has been very kind kindto kIndto I
to The Journal and said many pleas pleasing
lug things about it In the past butThe but butThe bu L
The Journal Jonrnalhas has never yet reached reachedthat reachedthat reachetthat I
that stage where It would attempt to totake totake ft fttake
take advantage of good will for tha thapurpose th3purpose th thpurpose
purpose of bolstering bolste ing up a losing losingcause losingcause losinicause
cause causeThe causeThe causeThe
The whole trouble with the News Newslies NewsIfes Newtlies
lies in the fact that its disreputable disreputablecampaign Iisrepntablcampaign lsreputablcampaign
campaign methods are now repudiated repudiatedby repu 1ated 1atedby
by practically the entire city that thatIts
its course in opposition to the White WhitePrimary WhitePrimary WhitPrimary
Primary and the Democratic Demo < ratlc nomi nominees Bomtnees nomiflees ¬
nees has been repudiated by every everynewspaper everynewspaper r rnewspaper
newspaper that has mentioned the thesubject thesubject thisubject
subject and that it now hopes to togain togain t
gain some favorable endorsement endorsementsomewhere
somewhere by byapathetie a pathetic appeal to tothe tothe t tthe
the state press for aid aidWe aidWe I
We may be wrong but we w venturethe venture enturelthe
the prediction that the Pensacola PensacolaNews PensacolaNews PensacolNCWS
News will get no aid or comort from froma t ta
a single Democratic paper In this thisstate thi S Sstate i istate
state stateThe stateThe stateTJe
The Journal has not received lved a copy copyof copyor cop copot
of the Tampa Herald in more ttlot moM than thansix thanI i isfi I
six Ix weeks We W hope that our Inter Interesting Interi InteEeating
eating e hng Tampa TampacontemparaQwm contempjdraryVlH ntemporarwIU soon soonfavor sooufavor soo Li Lifavor
favor us with its visits visitiagain visitiagainNew again againNew againNew
New City Directory Gives GivesPensacola GivesPensacota GivesPensacola
Pensacola 29550 Population PopulationPensacolas P9pul P pul t fion fionPensacolas on onPensacolas
Pensacolas City Directory Dlrector for or 1905 1905has 190 p phas
has Just been issued by the thepubUsh thepubUshe15 publish L Lers
ers R I L L Polk Co CoThe COThe C CThe
The work is pro probably ably the most ac accurate acctirat a
curate and nd complete directory directo1 with withwhich withwhich wit witwhich 1 L
which Pensacola ias as ever been beo favor faored I
ed and among its interesting features
is an estimate of population which whichgives n ngiveS L
gives this city 29550 inhabitants L LThe
The publishers announcement is as asfollows aSI aSIfollows a s sfollows >
follows I
We w herewith submit our second vol volume volume vo votime I
ume of the Pensacola City Directory i iaddition
V In addition to the information con cottaine1j
taine in the previous volume Svill Svillbe wiUj w1 II IIbe
be found street guide or duplex Upl di directory dI1 dI1rectory d I Irectory ¬
rectory rectoryThis rectoryThis
This volume of the directory con
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tains 11820 names Estimating the thepopulation theJOpulatlon th 5
population of the city eU by the number numberof I
of names in tho th directory we use the themultiple th 0 0multiple
multiple mu1U 1eor of 2i 2 the lowest used In any an y
The Negro in Politics Now an Acute Issue IssueAtlanta IsueAtlanta 1J
Atlanta News NewsOne NewsOne
One thing that has held the south politically solid amid the changing changingand changinnd
and a nd conflicting material interests of this advancing age is the shadow of the thenegro tb 0 0egro
negro n
negroVY
VY Wf sv > cannot and must not divide said the south because when we wedivide w e eivide
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divide d the negro holds hol s the balance of power powerWell
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Well the south has divided We are two parties now or at least two twopermanent twoparmallentactions tsv 0 0ermanent
permanent parmallentactions p factions which are in fact fa t two parties pa es in the south The Issues Issueswhich Issuc
which hi h divide us are deep far reaching and permanent They must be and andwill an d dwill
will 111 be fought over for many man years yearsWe yearsWe yearsWe
We are not likely to come together again as we have done in the past pastWhen pastWhen pas t tWhen
When men divide over money and material questions the division is deep deepand deepand deE P Pnd
and a nd it will m abidWe abid abideWe abidWe
We are now a divided divided south Here then the negro question becomes becomesagain become3again beconuagain
again acuteThe negros ballot is a menace which we must view with appre apprehension apprehension apprhension ¬
hension It can be met in but one way wayThe wnrThe wayThe
The balance of power p r must not abide in the negros hands handsHaving handsHavIng handsHaving
Having reached rea hed this polntjn point pointin in fact arid aIid10gic logic there is but but bti one brave and andstraightforward andstraigbtforward at Ld Ldstraightforward
straightforward thing to do doThe doThe doThe
The dominance of the white race rac must survive the division divlsl n of the white whiterace whitera whi te terace
race ra e and andttte the ignorant ignoantma mass s of the negro race must be held In check by an aneducational aneducational tn tneducational
educational test such as asAlabam3 Alabama Carolina Virginia and Maryland have havebeen havsbeen ha Is Isbeen
been compelled cmp lId to impose for the protection of the ballot ballotWe ballOtWe I
We are In the beginning of faction now and in these tranquil days few fewmen fe iw iwmen
men will foresee or confess the danger that may lurk for us in this ques question que 5 ¬ j
lIon for or 1hefutttre the future But when faction grows fierce when politics pOJil1csgrow grow red redhot re r a dre < 1 I i
hot and the eager ambition of men and parties Is 1 heated In the mad desire desirefor desi re
for office or success succe s all men ine who know Buman Humaunature nature will realize that 1nl 1nlthe 1 1the I
the future asIn the past pas men and parties will not hesitateto esitate to winby any anymeans anymeans ai 37 37means 7
means or r by b any influence even It they have to go out and corral the negro negromasses negroJltasc neg ro rornassc o
masses to control conJrol the ballot This is history and it may well be prophecJ prophecJtoo iv
too to
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So now in the beginning before we get Into the long hot nght DghtwhU DghtwhUreason whila whilareason
reason rulesvand rules and the high instincts of race and civilization c1villz tton are yet eidominau dominant j
let us ussIt sit down quietly and firmly and realize that this race matter domi dominates domfn3tes don I
nates alt questions and andsubordlnates subordinates all issues in the south and that thatmust It Itmust t tmust
must be met add settled as a preliminary to t the freedom tr ed ni o ot thought lh tJgbt and nd tha thaliberty tMUMrtyo t b bl1brty
liberty of action which belong or ought oughttn to T belong > to freemen and partrlo partrloIn p rios riosI L5 L5ii
I In a popular government governmentLet
I Let Le us put this negro n gro question out ofthe cf h way before white wbltetneo men of the thesouth thesouth t t5Otlth 6
south strip for the great economic and material battle battI of the age ageMr ag 1
Mr Hardwick Harciwickof of Washington was1 fasjust aS Just a little In advance or his time in inGeorgia inGtW InCrgIa a
Georgia GtW rglanut But he he wSs 1 b logically 1 and prophetically prOPhe ucalIY k1 right11 IghL l U 1 f some member memberof memb ember r
oftJ1 of the present legislature leglslaturew1l1rev1vtthe wilt revive the Hardwtctc bill and a BII revise reTlsellln It la the thebest thebest be bebest e 1
best and wisest wJs s 1g light t of the present day and the th present pres 1temergency emergency mergen he will willdo w Ill Illdo i
do < < 19 the stjtc stat a service lie ervIc c which wht hfijl1b IU be remembered r ni mb redbY by oy futuregerierktioas futuregerierktioasi rqt r gen ti as J
i Let u uafixFlwccin fixp wcc in in the he white race before Its factions fa tl ps divide diYlj
city c ity whkh fp gives giv s Vie c population popuJa onof onofPensacola ° of ofPensacola ofPensacola
Pensacola 29550 When Wh It is I under understood und undrtood r rstood ¬
stood s that the canvas can S ro for the direc directory di ditory dI1i dI1iory ¬
tl tory t ory is iinol not confined to the corporate corporatelimits corporateIImltSbbl CorPorateimits
IImltSbbl l limits but Includes all alICODtfguousteri alICODtfguousterirttorr contiguous ognouster ognousterjtory ter territory ¬
ritory i this thlsestlmate estimate of o the population populationmay
may be beconsi conslttered ered to be as nearly nearlycorrect nearlycorree nearlyorrect
correct c as the estimate can canbemadej be made madeEvery madeDvery
Every possible care has been taken takenin tallenIri IakeILn
in I n the preparation n of the data for forthis fori forithis forthis
this work wo k lUld nd the publishers pubUshersfee1j feel feelthat feelthat
that the degree of accuracy obtained obtainedwill obtainedwill i iw1ll
will prove to he b satisfactory satisfactoryA
I
A few days dayiago ago the Daily News Newspublishe3an sewsubllsbean
publishe3an extract ext ract from om an m editorial editorialNews editoriali editorialby editorialby i
by John T Temple mple Graves In the Atlanta AttantaI AtlantaNews
News and commended it to The Jour JourI JournaPs
I Ii
i naPs consideration Today Tod a y The Th Jour Journal Journal
nal returns the compliment publishesIt publishes
two full fulIeiltoriaTs editorials eto ats from nun Mr Ir Graves Gravesfeable Gravessable s sable
able pen an ng earnestly commends commendsthem comn1endsthem commendsthem
them both to the consideration of the thePensacola thePensacola thePensacola
Pensacola News and its followers followersThey foliowetSThey
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They are manufacturing mattresses mattressesfrom mattres mattressesfrom 3 3frottl
from sponge In Miami iami If l that Bed BedMattress BedMattress
Mattress was mae maQ from the same same samematerial samematefini
material it might be used to absorb absorbsome absorbsome absorbsome
some of the political slush the Antl Antlj AntiPrimary
j Primary crowd are energetically dis dlsj dispensing dispensing
j pensing reusingI pensingAT pensingAT
I AT THE CAPTAINS TABLE TABLEDlaeulUea TABLEDIeiUIe
Difienltlea of Addremslnc Gise GReat GReatca GuestsThc t tTTlica
TTlica Thc ca the Ocean Swell la HIzb HIzbAs nlhAs flIzbthe
As the Jiner cleared the heads and andthe nndtbe anilthe
the heavy swell of the open Atlanta Atlantabecame AtI Atlanticbecame ntc ntcbcc1me
became aotlceablc dinner < was served servedThe senedThe servedThe
The twentysix places pla at t the captains captainstable captuhfstbe s sble
table ble were filled and as the th soup ap appeared ape3rcd appeared ¬
peared e3rcd the captain addressed his table tablecompanions tibJccompanions
companions companionsI companionstrust
I trust trusttMt that all tJ twentysis of you youwill your111 youwill
will have a pleasant trip he said saidand saidand saidand
and that this little assemblage of oftwentyfour ottWentytonr oftventy4our
twentyfour will reach port much ben beneflted benefited
eflted by the thewyage voyage I look upon tl tltwentytwo the tbttwentytwo thetwentytwo
twentytwo smiling faces Aces as a father fatherupon fatherupon fatherupon
upon his family for I am u responsible responsiblefor
for the lives ot this group of otnlneteen nineteen nineteenI
I hope all fourteen of you will join me melater melater
later In drinking to n merry trip I I Ibelieve
believe Tre weseen c eetfeh een fellow passengers are areadmirably areadmirably
admirably suited to each tch other and I Iapplaud Iapplaud I Iapplaud
applaud the judgment which chose chosefrom
from the passenger list these three per persons persons persong
sons for my table You and I my
dear sir are areThe
The captain chuckled Here stew steward stewbring steward
ard bring on my fish and clear away awayTUc awaythese awaythese
these dlshesMtnnenpolis Journal JournalThe JournaLThe
The Eartlllluake Eartb intake Belt BeltEarthquakes n fleltEarthqnake lt ltEarthqU11
Earthquakes EarthqU11 are more frequent in involcanic Involcanic ftvolcanic
volcanic areas but 1 > ut are not confined to tothem tothem tcthem
them A great zone which is particu particularly particularly particuIarly ¬
larly subject to earthquakes encircles encirclesthe encirclesthe encire1eThe
the earth This belt includes the Med Mediterranean Moo1terraooan Mediterranean ¬
iterranean lands the Azores the West WestIndies WestlndIes Wesiindies
Indies Central America the Hawaiian HawaiianIslands HuniimI3Innds Hawaiiailalands
Islands Japan China India Persia Persiaand Perstaand L Land
and Asia Minor It is believed > that thatthe thatthe thaithe
the larger lalg r number num nut er of earthquakes orig originate orig1nate origInate ¬
inate beneath the ocean In places placeswhere placeswhere t twhere
where the bottom of the sea shows showsgreat sbowsgreat showsgreat
great variation var11t n In depth earthquakes earthquakesare earthquakesArenumerou
are Arenumerou numerous They have in intact intactbeen fact factbeen factbeen
been found to be be so destructive to tele telegraph tel telgraph teleI
graph cables in these localities that thatthe thatthe I L
the cable authorities have named them themdanger themdangerzones thendanger
danger dangerzones dangerzonesEachDa7 zones zonesEacb
Each EachDa7 Bay Supreme Event EventEvery ent entEvery
Every days work should be a su supreme supreme supreme ¬
preme event in every life We Ve should shouldcome shouldcome I Icome
come to It as carefully prepared as the theprima tth tthprima
prima donna who ho is trying to hold hokthe
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i CIH Cn Cl ELCTIQK L CTIOi CMDiT CDIDATSflflJUWt S SFor SFor
J flflJUWt fleL rflrrr 1S J flflcJWflfltjtna flflcJWflfltjtnaFor
For Mayor MayorI M iyor iyorr
r I hereby herebyannow announce c my candidacy candld c1
for f or Mayor of Pensacola The vote ote ot or atvery
every e et very citizen will be appreciated at
the t city election June 6 6CJHARU3S 6CHARLES 6CHARLES
CHARLES H WELLS WELLSFOR WELLSFOR WELISFOR
FOR MAYOR MAYORI
I anounce myself as a candidaw candidatuor
for f or office of
Mayor at election to be tee1d
held u e1d June 6th
6thRIX
RK RIXM M 1t ROBINSOX ROBINSOXFOR ROBLSONFOR ROBINS0cFOR
FOR MAYOR
The friends of C 1 L Shine announce
him h im as a candidate for mayor at a the
city c ity election June 6 and they ask the th
support s of all voters on On that date dateFOR dateFOR dataFOR
FOR CITY TAX COLLECTOR
1 1
hereby
announce myself as a can ¬
didate d for forrcelectfon reelection
to the office o of
tar t ax collector of the city ol Pensacola
and a nd ask the support of all l voters a
the city election electionNEILS electioQNEILS electionNEILS
NEILS McK OERTING OERTINGFOR OERTmGFOR OEEtTINGFOR
FOR CITY TREASURER
I hereby eraby announce myself a candi ¬
date d ate for f rCIti City CIt Treasurer in the city
election e 1cctIo of June 6 1905 1905MANSFIELD 1905MAJ 1905MANSFIELI
MANSFIELD MAJ SFIEL MORENO MORENOFcr OREXO OREXOFr
Fcr City Manhal Mrhat
I hereby announce that I am a can
dldate d for City Marshal at the elec
ion t to be held 1eldJane June C 1905 1 ra r
s ask the support su > port of o all
voters v FRANK WILDE WILDEFor WILDEForCity WILDEFor
For ForCity City Treasurer Tre surer
I Iherebytmounce hereby mnounce
nnonnce myself as a can ¬
didate dlda d idato e for forreelection reelection to the offie ofil e ol
City Treasurer and ask the support ot f
all a ll Voters oters at
the cuy C y election to ha e
held h eld June 6th
JOS J S I JOHNSON JOHNSONFOR JOHNSONFOR JOHNSONFOR
FOR FIRE CHIEF CHIEFI HIEFI
I hereby announce myself a candi ¬
date d ate for the office of chief of the th fire
department d at t the election of June 6
and a nd
respectfully ask your yo r support supportJOHN suPPOrtJOHN supportJOHN
JOHN BAKER BAKERFOR BAKERFOR BAHERFOR
FOR FIRE CHIEF
I hereby announce myself as a can ¬
didate d for chief of the fire departmen
and a nd will appreciate the support of tha thsoters
voters v In the election of r June 6 1S01 1S01W l 190iW n nW
W R BICKER JR JRFOR JRFOR JRFOR
FOR FIRE CHIEF
I i hereby announce my candidacy for f
hief of the fire re department of Pent Pensdcola Pe Pecola Pentola
cola c ola In the city election of June C
1903 1 905 JASC JAS 0 CLARKE CLARKEFOR CLARKEFOR CLARKEFOR
FOR FIRE CHIEF CIjIEFI
I hereby announce myself a candi candiate ¬
date d ate for reelection to the office of
Chief of th the Fire Department election electioaune
une 6 1905 and respectfully solicit solicitthe
the t he support of all my 1nyfiiends 1nyfiiendsJ friends friendsJ
J GEO WHITE JR JRFOR JRFOR JRFOR
FOR ALDERMAN PRECINCT 13
I i hereby announce that I will Ul be a acandidate acandIdate acandidate
candidate for fo rfeelectlon to the office officaof OffiC3ot officeof
of precinct alderman from Precinct P = ecin
No 13 at the t 1e city electron la Jane JUIl
and nd ask the suffrage su rrage of the theatees theateesM voters votersCviL votersM f
CviL M PRTOR PRTORFop lRiOPFer hTOR hTORForAiderman
Fop ForAiderman Alderman Precinct 12
I hereby announce myself se1t as a can
dldate for reelection as ts alderman ar r rarg
large I arg from Precinct No 12 at t tZ tt
election to be b held in June acJ adask ad adask
ask the support of the voters In tla
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SUNDAY SCHEDULE SCHEDULEElectric SCHEDULEElectric SCHEDULEElectric
Electric Car will leave l ave Pensacc Pensaccavery
ho hCUr ar from 6 a m to 10 p 2 2nclusive 1
and Saturday night only a ai
i p m and leave lea Bib Baycu for forensacola
ensacola every everTho ever hour r at t 730 SS3 S S3nd
nd so on until 1030 l 30 p m with tia t txception
pt1on of the first car leaving Pea Penacola
at 6 j a m which will on re reruing ¬
ruing leave eve the the13lg Big g Bayou Ba ou at 620 620m
m and the 2 p > m car will Icava ICa ICaig
ig Bayou at It240 240 p m mThe mThe T
The above is 1 the th week w k day snbedn ph
hich will begin Friday April K KElectric 15Electric l
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250 10 250 350 3 > 0 450 4 O 539 1 1
> 9 and an 10 p m running ruDni g throaga 9 lug
he Big Bayou and immediarclj immedia immethacyurning Iy R re returnIng >
turnIng t from Big Bayou to Pam
Beach will await arrival of stc stet ra iel
from Pensacola and will Cea t 2 die
un to Pensacola ahead of the trai r3 r3rom
rom Fort Barrancas BarrancasThe Ba BarrancasTIi ncas ncasTh
The Th steam Trains will m run as zt ztpreset t J JPtes 1 1zezAnt
preset Ptes p nt but will observe this ee eerr eern tr
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