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The American Bar Association is isot i i1JOt L Lrot
rot ot composed cORlJ > Me of dispensers of potent potentbeverages potentbeverages i ibeV8rS
beverages beV8rS beverages es ks members content t them themwith themOt
r 1etYt Ot with assisting as isUng in the dispenvi dispenviof H
1 t4 of 0 numerous and sundry kinds of ofjtwtioe ofl ofljutioe ofGovernor
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Governor Blanchard Blanchardvs
vs Governor Jelks JelksA
S A declaration of war by Jy Governor Governorof Goorno1Jdtard Governorzebrd
1Jdtard of Louisiana against Gov GovJelks Go GoI Govnn
I eI11 nn Jelks of Alabama over the thequestion theqiitIon
question Oft of o quarantine regulations Is Isexpected Isut
1 expected ut erted in the near future unless the theexecutive thet1aiMdm1 thei
i t1aiMdm1 tma executive modifius the ukase ukasethe ukasethe ukaser
r rsjat the return of refugees through throughstate througbc I IIu
t c Iu state before tile expiration ot otdays ote
56 e days ays from the time of leaving leavingaay 1eavingaa
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aay aJlTltlfecttd aa Jafected place The BirminghamAe Birmingham Birmingham1A14era1d
f Ae A14era1d H Heralcl rald rises to the defense of ofjUafeunas ort orA1as ofAhLIma
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jUafeunas governor ernor and criticises tho thoiGMtentioa tb tbi ttictedon
i iGMtentioa of Goveraor liiachard ao aofettowa
15 f fettowa fettowaAtaimnia v I j
t3 1 Ataimnia permits refugees going to topotets tol I
I I potets be beyond > ond feor Jl r bounds to passt passtreiik pass passthrewgk
t threwgk the MacE byj b hey can not notAoaWe nott notiowk
t AoaWe tI tI back ck uatil they have been seven sevendays seveni sevenedays
1 days away a wa frein tr iII aa infecred iftfec eI point A AKew Ap I
t p New eW Orleans aan could tor or example exampleo
go o t tit e West Point Oa and in an n hours hourstime hourstime hourstime
time he could return etur to Alabama it itthe itthe itL
L the nile were otherwise This wouU wouUprcctcally woulJpracttcaUt wouLlI
I prcctcally abolish ltoll h all quarantine quarantineagainst quarantinea
IC against a aa aia st t New Xe Orleans people peopeGovernor j
Governor Blancaard ma ws ItS instigated instigatedto i ito
to attack the Alabama 111 quarantine byf byfoae by1 by1OBe byr
r e oae Wttherspooa who bo is a bjraptiou5 bjraptiou5officer bttmptlotuoIicQI bumptIouocer
officer of tbe sugar uar trust At his s sua suagIIutJetl SU SUgvedo g ggtraedoa
gtraedoa Governor Biaachard Bftc ard got as astrWe astrWc
ft tilde the u federal constitution claiming claimingAlaba claimingttat claimingthat
that Alaba AaMa a aas as no right rigktto to interfere interfereinterstate
r WIIk interstate passenger p < traffic qmte qmtethat qU1ftllb qntI
I ftllb feiU that the Ih public health out outranks outI ¬
i I ranks 1a S all other oth < < rights ts nd even i iaees I
1 aees iee4 be s spends dii them th A sovceiga sovceigatat
tat state vkas bas a right to keep its people peopletro peoplero J
tro froat ro ike e ravages aa es of o a sroarge that thataeaas I
4 me aeaas eaa cIeat deatk to waay ay 3 and laj IBjuO r > to toernor toall
a all GofI Geveor ernor > > Or Biaacaards Bis1tC artls constita constitaojec coastiulI coastitutiolial
I 1IonS ojec MJecdoR io is not good and evenJI evenaeat even evoaasent
JI asent OBt of tae sacar trast must con conJ
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form to Alabamas reasonable quaran quarantine quarantine quarantine ¬
tine regulations regulationsIf
If need be Alabama cali can stop all alltravel alltravel alltravel
travel across the state and If circum circumstances circumstances clrcurnstances ¬
stances call for such an extension ot otthe otthe otthe
the quarantine no doubt It would be beforthcoming befonhcoming bcforthcoming
forthcoming That would be an in interference interference Interference ¬
terference with interstate passenger passengertraffic passengetraffic passengertraffic
traffic beyond be ond doubt or mistake but butit butit butIt
it would be an interference within the thelaw thelaw th thlaw
law because it would relate to the thepublic theublic thepublic
public ublic health of two millions of Ala Alabamaians Alabarnalans Aabantaians
bamaians whom the state sta e is in duty dut dutbound
bound to protect from disease epi epidemics epldemics epidemics ¬
demics demicsOn demicsOn
On August 24 Editor Emmons ot otthe I Ithe 01the
the St Andrews Buoy B110 celebrated his hisseventythird lisseentthird iI iIseventythird
seventythird birthday anniversary anniversaryBrother anniversanBrother anniversaryBrother
Brother Emmons is still stilIna1e nale and hea hearty heat heaty ¬
ty t and does nearly if not quite all tlio tliowork tl1 tl1work thwork
work connected with his publication publicationIn pubUcatiIn
In the last issue of the Biuy Btu Mr tr Einmons Ein Emmons
mons calls attention in the auspicious auspiciousoccasion auspiciousoccasion auspiciousoccasion
occasion in the following manner mannerToday mannerToday mannerToday
Today August 24 the editor of t3 t3Bouy th thBouy
Bouy tallies his 73rd yearly notch on onthe 11 11the T Tthe I
the stick he keeps to jog his memory memoryThus memoryThus memoryThus
Thus far he has never broken into the thepenitentiary thepcnltentiar thcpenitentiary
penitentiary attended a charivari or a ncamp acamp acamp
camp meeting and hopes these exem exemptions exemI exemtiOfls ¬
I tions may ma be placed to his credit t tthe tthe t tthe
the final rollcall rollcallThe rollcallThe
I The Journal extends congratulations congratulationsand
and sincerely hope that Editor Em Emmons Emmons Emmons ¬
mons may ma enjoy peace prosperity prosperityhealth prosperithealth prosperityhealth
health and happiness for many man years yearsto ears earsLo
to come comeWashington comeWashington comeWashington
Washington officials nre re unable unableac Jo Joaccount r raccount
account ac ount for what they the are pleased to toterm r rterm rterm
term a campaign of slander against againsti
i the Panama canal commission If Ifthe Ifthe Ifthe
the commission would develop a little littleenergy lltteenergy litt littenergy
energy and start actual work upon thc thsbig th9big thcbig
big ditch slander sl nder if such it be would wouldsoon wouldfoon wouldsoon
soon cease ceaseThe ceaset ceaseThe
t The Memphis MemphisCommclalAppeal MemphisCommclalAppeali CommorcialAppeal CommorcialAppealperpetrates L Lperpetrates
i perpetrates the following at the ex expense expense expense ¬
pense of the Uardeman Free Press to towhich towhich trwhich
which it is credited creditedEditor creditedEditor creditedEditor
Editor Bill Ewing of the Nashvillo NashvilloAmerican Nashvi11American NashvillAmerican
American says there are 61000 brew breweries brewerios ¬
erios In the world Just think of all allthat aUthat allthat L
that and nothing fer us but corn cornbread cornbread cornbread
bread and creek water waterRussell waterRusseU waterRussell
Russell Sage says he will 111 live to be b
100 years of age ge When he reaches reachesI reachesthe
the century mark the old gentleman gentlemanj L Lwill
will undoubtedly endeavor to stave staveoff staveoff
off funeral expenses for another hun hundred hundred
dred years
Now that a scapegoat has been beenfound beenfound I
found who will be forced to shoulder shoulderresponsibility shoulderesponslblllt shoulderresponsibility
responsibility for the Bennington dis disaster disaste dlsaster ¬
aster aste the navy nav department will wab wabble wabble wabble
ble along on on the same saine lines as here heretofore heretofore heretofore
tofore toforeUncle toforeUncle toforeUncle
Uncle Henry Wattersons definition definitionof
of a drunk is one who los down and andfeels andfeels andfeels
feels upward for the ground If that thatis
is the Kentucky variety varlet it must ba bamighty b bml hamIghty
mighty ml hty bad badIt badIt badIt
It may ma be that Czar Nicholas sees seesIn se ssin s sn
In n the war a good way to get rid of ofsurplus ofurplus ofurplus
urplus nihilists nihilistsCzar nihilistsCzar nlhillstsCzar
Czar Nick is about due to make an another another another ¬
other dive le under the bad b d at Tsarskoe TsarskoeSelo TsarskrJeSelo TsaiskoeSelo
Selo
The peace P2 cc conference Is proving a afat afat afat
fat thing thln for the t e cable companies companiesABOUT companiesABOUT companiesABOUT
ABOUT NEWSPAPER ADVERTIS ADVERTISING ¬
ING INGAS INGS INGAS
AS S YOU MAY JUDGE THE SIZE SIZEOF SIZEOF SIZEOF
OF A GREAT STATUE BY THE SIZE SIZEOF SIZEair SIZEO
OF O THE FOiM OF A LION BY HIS HISCLAWS HISI HiSCLAWS
CLAWS SO YOU MAY COM COMFUTE COMI COMIFUTE COMFUTE
FUTE THE SIZE AND ENTERPRISE ENTERPRISEAND ENTERRI3EiAND
AND IMPORTANCE OF O A STORE BYi BYiTHE BY BYTHE BYTHE
THE V01UME AND QUALITY OF OFITS OFITS OFITS
ITS ADVERTISING ADVERTISINGOne
One of the oldest adages in the theworld theorld theworld
world is thisc thi It t is necessary that thathe tbatl thathe
he Who looks for gain hould incur incurexpense incurexpense Incurexpense
expense And yet there are still a afew afe afew
few fe merchants who balk at the ex expcnse e epcrse epcflse
pcnse of adequate advartislng advartislngButwer ad advartisingJ3ulwer rtising rtisingButwer
Butwer Lytton L ttoA said that The east easiest eastcst eastest ¬
est person to deceive Is ones own ownscf 01iC ownse
scf iC r You cannot for instance IBJ ance con convince cO cOuce conViIICC ¬
vince uce your successful competitor tbsi tbsihe thache
he is advertising too much mucllBQrj muchBvory I I IEvery
Every day d Y tbe tk story of yoor or store storesfcould storekould <
sfcould be as fully told as Is the th most mostinterests mostinere14g
interests iJ aad an important news story storyft
in ft tf e paper paperThece pl lPOihee I
t t1kee
Thece are a no vktoles without wit 6ut en enthusiasm enthustasm ¬
thusiasm and rarely rarel rar 1y is there enthus enthusasm entbucasm i iasm
asm in advertising without victories
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Not Always the Early EnrlyBlrd Bird BirdWe BirdWe 1 1We
We notice that some of our ex exchanges exChangos cxchanges ¬
changes are trying tr lng topqke to poke up upthefire upthefireunder upthe the fire fireunder fireunder
under the state political pot Even EvenJ
J JL f Barrs can tell you that It is not notthe n notthe t tthe
the early earl bird that gets the worm wormevery wormevery orm ormmer
every mer time timeLake Lake Butler Star StarStrictly StarStrictly StarS StarStrictly
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Strictly In the Wlregras f fOther 4Other jOther
Other state f papers caai ca i that the theAtlantic theAtlantic theAtlantic
Atlantic Coast Line wlll wlllpass pass through throughMonticello throughlonticel1o throughMonticello
Monticello from Perry Let us hope hopewe
we can get one some kind of a main mainline mainline mainline
line some day da This branchroad branchroadbusiness branchroadbusln branchroadbusinOss
business busln ss has put us strictly in the thewiregrass thewiregrass thewiregrassMontlcello
wiregrass wiregrassMontlcello Monticello News NewsWould NewsWould NewsWould
Would Be Truly Missed MissedTom MissedTom MissedTom
Tom McBeath M Beath has declined a a flat flattering flattering fiattering ¬
tering offer from a Kentucky college collegesaying c colegesaying lege legesllying
saying that Florida is good enough enougnfor enoughfor
for him Youre all rightToo right Tom Flor Florida Florida Florida ¬
ida educational circles could get along alongwithout alongwithout alongwithout
without you ou but there Is no mistaking mistakingIt mistakingltyoua
It ltyoua youd Ul be truly missed If you ou did didmove didmoe didmove
move away aVa awayMadison Madison New Enter Enterprise Enterprise interprise ¬
prise priseA
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A Homeless Governor GovernorA
A homeless governor waiting for a astate astate astite
state home no site from day to day dayIs dn dnis dayIs
Is the Tallahassee situation sltuaUonJasper sltuaUonJasperNews sItuat1onJasperNews Jasper JasperNews
News NewsThe Newsr
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r The Assistant Chemist ChemistGovernor ChemistGmernor ChemistGovernor
Governor Broward Browardhas has appointed M MG lIG MG i
G Brink assistant state chemist a aposition aposition aposition
position created by the last legisla legislature legislature legislature ¬
ture Mr Ir Dunk has for a number of ofyears ofI ofyears
years ears been employed as assltant to toCaptain toCaptain toCaptain
I Captain Rose and is thoroughly com competent competent cornpetent ¬
petent and well qualified for the po position positlonMiaml pasitionMlami ¬
sition sitlonMiaml Miami News NewsAn NewsAn NewsI
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An Assault Justified JustifiedIf < IIf
If you ou meet a stegomyla stegom Ia fasciata fasciatamosquito fasciatamosquito fasciatamosquito
mosquito you ou are justified d in making makinga
a murderous assault upon him her hershe hershe hershe
she or it Thats the kind that carries carriesthe carrieI
I the yellow el1ow fever germ as you ou can caneasily canI caneasily
I easily ascertain by examining the pro proboscis proboscisZolfo proboscisZolfo ¬
boscis boscisZolfo Zolfo Advertiser Advertisera AdvertiserCleaning
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Cleaning Up is General GeneralThe GeneralThe GeneralThe
The cry of clean up the town has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been general with the Florida papers paperssince papersince paperssince
since the yellow ellow fever scare The Thedangers rhcdrtngers rhedangers
dangers that seemed imminent have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been productive of gootf gooaresults results in this thisway thigway thisvay
way Whether yellow fever threatens threatensor
or not the general health of a town towndemands towndemands towndemands
demands that it be kept In a sanitary sanitarycondition sanltarconditlonBartow sanitarycondltlonBartow
condition conditlonBartow Bartow CourierInformant CourierInformantAn
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An Advertising AdvertIsin Dodge DodgeCharley DodgeCharley DodgeCharley
Charley Brown Jr formerly of this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city in the Racket business but now nowIn nowin nowin
In the furniture trade at Miami Is a acandidate acandidate acandidate
candidate foi Oh city treasurer of that thatcity thatcity thatcity
city His opponents Wm M I Pope Popeand Popeand POpeand
and Ben Hilton are old residents residentsCharley residentsCharley residentsCharley
Charley Is new down there and some someot someor someot
ot his old friends here think it is an anadvertising anadvertising anadvertising
advertising dodge on his part partocala partocalaSlar Ocala OcalaStar
Star StarTypos SlarTypos
S S S STypos
Typos Can Join Militia MilitiaThe MilitiaThe MilitiaThe
The International Typographical Typographicalunion
union sensibly senslbhoted voted down downaresolu downaresolulion a aresolu aresolution resolu resolution ¬
tion for a law that no member should shouldjoin shouldjoin shouldJoin
join the militia force of the states statesTo statesTo statesTo
To have passed it would have evinced evincedhostility evincedhostlllt evincedhostility
hostility to law and order not to tospeak tospeak tospeak
speak of interference with the rights rightsoi
01 members in a matter entirely out outside outside outsIde ¬
side the trade tradeTampa Tampa Times TimesRight TimesRight TimesS
S S S SRight
Right Up to Date DateApaldchicola DateApal DateApaldchicola
Apaldchicola Apal chicola is right up to date dateEnough dateEnough dateEnough
Enough local capital has been inter interested Intere Interested ¬
ested e ted to insure the organization of a abuilding abuilding abuilding
building and loan association an in institution instltution institution ¬
stitution that t at will do a great deal in indcveloping indcveloplng inkveloplng
dcveloping this pregressive West WestFlorida WestFlorida VesrFlorida
Florida town townSt St Augustine Record RecordFOR RecordFOR RecordFOR
FOR THESECRETARY THESECRETARYOF THE SECRETARY SECRETARYY
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Thank you ou Mr lr Bonaparte for the thetruth thetruth thetruth
truth the whole truth and nothing nothingbut
but the truth in the matterof matter of the theBehniagton theBennington theBennington
Bennington Woula Woul you had been on ondeck ond ondeck
deck d ck to give us some light on the > Slo Slocum Sloturn Sb Sbcum
cum too Another In your place lace might mighthave mighthave mighthave
have told us in ours that it was none noneof noneOf noneof
of our business and there would have havebeen havebren havebren
bren a lot of soft talk as to respect respectfo
for fo the dead by way of excuse leaving leavingus
us U to infer inf that similar simlJaraccldents simlJaraccldentsmight accidents accidentsmight accidentsmight
might occur at any an time In any of our ourships ourships ourships
ships And by b way of making makingassur makingassurancc assur assurance assuranco ¬
ance doubly sure let us have all the thetestimony thetestlmon thetestimony
testimony when the sole surviving survivingguilty survivingguilt survivingguilty
guilty man Is tried Let us hear his hisside hi hiside Illsside
side as well as yours Perhaps you youmight youmight youmight
might concede it is our right to hear hearit
it all but we make no unpleasant unpleasantclaims unpleasantcialms unpleasantclaims
claims just now If you ou will call for forthe forthe forthe
the records In your office you will find findthat findthat findthat
that such rights were not recognized recognizedwhen recognlzedwhen
when there was an accident to the theMissouri thefisM1rirather theMissourirather
Missouri fisM1rirather rather a succession of them themInstead themInstead i irn
Instead rn tead or punishment for the guilty guiltyby guiltyby i
by whose sins of omission or commis commission commission commissian ¬
sion lives were wetcs sacrificed we heard heardonly heardonh heardonly
only of r compliments and meoals me als ls and andrewards andrewards andrewards
rewards because Americans didnt didntjump didntjump didntjump
jump overboard and lose 108 their heads headsgenerally headsenerally headsgenerally
generally The captain in command commandwill
will soon be an admiral on the th record recordthus recorl1Uws recordthus
thus mrde mrdeYou mdeYou rnleYou
You know Mr BonnparJo B nap rI the best bestmen bestmen t tmen
men are wanted ou o tyosa flJ 1 t complicate complicatemachines complicatemachines I 1 1machineb
machines called c31l II nuilej mli cHrs > of 1 warj war warTogo I
Togo has ha shown uv n Sf ivalue valueof all1e of good goodmaterial goodmaterIal goodmaterial
material There Tl eri J pierAy pH peit it1 of the very verybest verybet er 1
best he t at your call jiTovdea there th r is a afair afair afair
fair deal de and ur justiO justt for pr all but Amer Americans AmerIcans Amerieans ¬
icans worth hrvJnff ng win Vin not be treateu treateuis
is doss l s and THl they th vil not go where wherefops wherefops wherefops
fops are put over t t1tr1 iun aw awl favoritism favoritismrules favoritismrules
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rules the roost r o t Therefore ThereCoreou you are areput areput
put to It for fo aJlsr There IhereiS is but one oneway onevay I Ia
way a to g gt t tif > mrn ror who ho are worth worthhaving worthhaving I IravlIg
having an r1 i yoi J yo lave entered upon uponthai uponthat I
thai wy Kbiy Ki1 h to tt it sveheg we he heg bf you youJjt youJ youLet
Let J us knav cn flAW why the officer in incharge inchag inchage
charge sal in a nine place and let a agrumen ari afirenia
grumen ri m l second s cnfl class cln direct an anoUe anoUQ ancUe
cUe artlsK Xcterten ratertentfer er manipu manlpulot
1 lot b sieara stit when tiey tlI didnt know a avave aJ aave
ave Jrtvn J tit a cock in n the technical teshnlnalla te technicallnuae bnical bnicalltl1
la lnuae ltl1 iiefe e of the d witnesses witne s It soundtoo sounds soundstoo
too mucL n1 d like LoomIs LoomIsncUng acting in incbarge inc1arge incharge
charge of f oar state department while whUeJlr whileMr whileMr
Mr Taft merely merel sits its on the lid I ll It Ifnx ItC Itrc
nx C have no other interest inter t In that navy nanr
Mr r Bonaparte we pay for it itand and we wehave wehave wehare
have curiosity we may be called on oat ontJ
t tJ j pay for moreand more and we e ivould yery TCrYc yer
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f much7like mu Ii1ike 16 1 know kl1 w whether we are aregetting aregetting re regetting
getting a Togo article or only a Ro Rojestvensky nojestensky R Rjestvensky
jestvensky procession We never exj exjpect ex expcct expect
pect to need It except for tenders to aj a apreslnentlal apresioential
presidential summer home or a parade paradein
in the Mediterranean or a social socialjunket socrallJunket social3unket
junket tq tciEaBtcrn tc Eastern waters but then theniwe
we might mlghtget get up a scrap with Venef Venefzuela Vene Veneztela I Izeela
zuela Wj > might send end 1 it i against t sQe sQewormeatin spvej sQ c
wormeaten masonry m Knr in South > uth Amerlj Amerljca Anion Americri Anionca I
ca or rweiulght we might want to duplicate the thetrip thei thetrip
trip of the Oregon in the years to tocQme tocqme I Icqme
cqme cQme could we venture It against againstanything againstanything againsanything
anything better than Spanish hulks if ifthe ifthe ifthe
the firemen and oil tenders were itcharge it itcharge itcharge
charge chargeExcuse chargeExcuse s sExcuse
Excuse us Mr Bonaparte but thej thejcondition the tiiecondItion I Icondition
condition of ether 6 dePartments makes makesus
us a bit nervous nervous Please talk plainly plainlyto
to the officer who drew his pay pa and andleft andleft andleft
left his subordinates to look after his hisduties hisduties I
duties Might If not be well to toUre totire re retire ¬ I
tire some of the officers who are arecrazy arecrazy arecrazy
crazy or mere dancing Dervishes or orsociety orsociet orsociety
society fops and let the subordi subordinates subordinates suborthnates
nates get the pay as well as thej the thework 1
work Please Mr tr Bonaparte do as asmuch asmuch s
j
much as Mr Whitney Whltn Y did Set aj ajstandard a astandard astandard
standard for those who will come comeafter comeafter I Iafter
after for we cannot hope to have you youlong I I
long If you proceed1 as you ou have be beun beun beUn
un unitl
itl Jr J yr yriMPORTANCE
1
IMPORTANCE OF THE tt ttfr I IV I IISLAND
fr V ISLAND OF SAKHALIN SAKHALINJacks j jv It
v > t Jacksonville Jacl Jacks sonvme TimesUnion TimesUnioni t tft
ft t t tRussias
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iiK it i iii iK f fRussias 0 0Russias
Russias argument as to o the Imi Imiportance im importance
portance of Sakhalln to her cuts bothj both bothways
ways For the very Vcr reason thattfte thattfteisland that the theisland tIleisland I
island is valuable to Russia It Is valu1 valu1able valuable valiiable
able to Japan Russia objects to giv giving glvIng i
ing up the island because its itspossesi itspossesisian posses possession ¬ I Isian
sian by b Japan would enable that na nation nation ¬
tion threaten to and Invade the Asia Asiatic AS AStic ttstatic ¬
tic coast of Siberia and prevent comj comjmunication com1munication corn cornmunication
munication between the mainland lI and andthe j jthe ithe
the Pacific Japan wishes the islaadj islal1 Islaudbecause i ibecause
because she wishes to be able to tothreaten tothreaten toI I
threaten and invade the Pacific coast coastof coastof
of Siberia and because she wishes to tobe
be able to cut off Russias communica communication ¬ I I
tion with withtbe thp Pacific PacificUntil PacificUntil PacificUntil
Until about half a cenury ago theisland the theisland theisland
island belonged to Japan Even u it ithad Ithad I
had no value sentiment would urge urgeJapan urgeJapan
Japan to take it back backJapan backJapan backJapan I
Japan now has an opportunity op ill illsettling 1 1settling tsettling
settling the question of supremacy mj mjthe In inthe i ithe
the Far East once for all and shecan shecannot she cau caunot ¬
not be blamed for fo proposbg to do soj s So SoIt i
It is essential that she snould Ofjj Of Ofthe Ofthe
the two nations Russia is vastly more morepowerful morepowerful i ipowerful
powerful Present conditions cannot cannovDC cannoDC
DC relied on to continue At present presentJapans presentJapans presentJapans
Japans army Is a perfect fighting ma machine machine machine
chine ably abl commanded d Russias Russiasarmy Russlasarmy Russiasarmy
army has not shown an equal orgaj orgajzation orga orgazatlon orgazation
zation or as good handling But there thereIs
Is no guarantee that the same ie will be betrue betrue betrue
true ten twenty fifty > ears ea rs hence henceAnd henceAnd I IAnd
And sooner or later there will iI1 be more morethan morethan I Ithan
than one railroad line coanectlng Rusj Rusjsia Ru1sia Rus Russin
sia in Europe with the Pacific Japan Japanmust Japanmust I Imust
must make hay while the suaj suajshines Sll Sllhi sushines
shines shinesRussia 2 shinesRussia hi nes
j
Russia claims C1 hns irii that she has not been beenconqueredafcHer beeiiconqueredHer i
conqueredafcHer conquerel1 Her European EllrOp i1n territory territoryIs j 1
Is safe from Invasion but she hag ha lost lostIn lo boatIn
In every battle The war has progress progressed tl ¬
ed far enqjigh to make it reasonably reasonablycertain reasonablycertain I Icertain
certain that what Japan wishes in the theFar theFar
Far East she can take and hold holdRussia holdRussia holdRussia I
Russia may not make lieace now nowShe nowShe nowShe
She Is said ald to have half a million men menin j
in Manchuria and in Eastern Ea tern Siberia SiberiaIn I IIn
In three months months the men will wilibe wllibe willhe
be cut off frSm tr m any an possibility of ma material material material ¬
terial reinfprcement from Europe dur during duroIng during ¬
ing the next six months Japan dur durIng durIng durlug
Ing that time will be free to increase iIlcea Increaseher c j
her half million to a million Every Everyday Eyervday Everyday
day of delay will add to ner relative relativestrength relativestrength I Istrength
strength strengthIf j
If Russia refuses to accept Japans Japansterms Japansterms Japansterms
terms now she will probably find them themmore themmore themmore
more severe next year ear A peace mace mao mao1n
In 1906 would probably necessitate thai thaigiving th thgiving I IgiYlng
giving up of all Eastern Siberia Leif 3eIrpreseratlon Leifpreservation eI eIpreservation
preservation is natures first law and andit ana1l annIt
it prompts Japan to damage Russia in inthe inthe Inthe
the Far East as much as possible
The Journal Printed Bur Buring Burng Du Duing
ing ng July 1905 a at aTotal aTatal aTotaI
t
Total of ofCOPSES
112875 112875COPIES 1
COPIES COPSESor
or an average averageL3L1
4341 4341DAILY L3L1fllILY 9
DAILY DAILYThe
The following figures show The Pen Pensacola Pensacola Pensacola ¬
sacola Journals circulation for each eachday eachday eachday
day during tli3 th month of July 1905 1905with 1905with 1905with
with the average number of copies copiesdally copiesdally copiesdaIlY
dally dallyJuty dallyJuly daIlYJuly
July 1 4250 July 16 4500 4500July 450July 4503JuIy
July 2 4500 4 500 July 17 17July 17July
July 3 July 18 4200 4200uJly 4203ujIy
JuJly uJly 4 4250 July J ly 19 4900 49001JUy 4900July 4900uIy
July 5 4250 July 20 4425 44251July 4425Jtily
July G 4250 July 21 4200 4200July 4200July
July 7 4250 July 22 4300 4300July 4300July 4300July
July 3 4250 July Jul 23 41450 41450july 4j45July 4450July
july 9 4500 4 July 24 24July 24July
July 10 July 25 4300 4300July 4300July 4300July
July 11 4250 July 26 4300 4300July 4300July i iJuly
July 12 4250 July 27 4300 4300July 4300July 4200July j i
July 13 4250 July 28 430Qi 430QiJuy 430DJuly 43O
Liuly July 14 4250 July 29 4350 43501July 4350JulY 4350July j
July 15 4250 Jul July 30 4600 4600Total 4500Total 4600Totl
I
Total for the month 112875 112875Average 112R75veragO j
I
Average per day 4341 4341I
I hereby certify that that tha tii above aboestate aboestatecEnt state statement staternent ¬
cEnt is correct according to the rec records 1ecords records ¬
ords on file In this office officeFRED officeFRED officeFRED
FRED A SWEET SWEETCirculation SWEETCirculation SWEDTCirculation
Circulation Mgr MgrSworn 3IgrSworn IgrSxorn
Sworn toyinC to nd subscribed s before me methis methis methIs
this 31st day of July 1905 1905J
< J 1 P STOKES STOKESNotary STOKESJIiitiIIi
JIiitiIIi ip Notary Public
I fa T t l J 3LJjtog gag iigi rw M i i iMala
r rM Mala Vigor gchD Does four fourthings i iI rourthings
I things and does them themweIl well Re Restores ReI RcgeTs ¬
I J feiJ stores sto color to gray gra hair stops stopsfailing StOPSI StOPSfor
geTs failing hair msSes tlfehair grov grovcures
I cures curesdgndruff dandruff IsntJhfs Isn tthls enough enoughPHONE enoughf
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HOOTONS HOOrONSPHARMACY HOOrONSPHARMACYOPENALL PHARMACY PHARMACYOPENALL
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PURITY and andare andFR l lFRESHNESS
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are the prime qualities s in indrugs indrugs in indrugs <
drugs and prescriptions prescriptionsYOU prescr1pt10nsYOU 1 1YoU
YOU GET GETISOTH BOTH BOTHNo HER HERNo HERES I INo
No distance too great and no nopurchase nof nopurchase
f purchase too small for forIMMEDIATE forIMMEDIATE forS > >
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Pensacola Fla FlaROOMS FIaROOMS
ROOMS WITH RUNNING WATER AND PRIVATE BATHS BATHSLARGE BLTHSLARGE TH8 TH8LARGE I
LARGE SAMPLE ROOMS ROOMSSpecial ROOMSSpecial ROOMSSpocial
Special Weekly Rates for Table Board BoardF
F L I L BOWEN Manager ManagerFormerly ManagerFormerly ManagerFormerly
Formerly of Windsor and Ara gon Hotels Jacksonville Jacksonvl1leFlorlda Jacksonvl1leFlorldaJN Florida FloridaI FloridaI FloridaIt FIorjdICURIOSITY
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It will pay you to investigate our prices before buyin g your yourHardware yourHardware yourhardware
Hardware Sash Doors Blinds or Lumber Lumbert
t We also handle Paints Oils Brick Lime and Cement CementWe CementWe t tWe
We can save you money on everything everythingOffice ev everythIngSaunders rything rythingt 1
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I i Saunders PJIill Company Companyi
I Office 29 East Garden Street Phone 717 717Factory 717t 717Factory
t Factory North Palafox Street Phone 1130 1130Kol
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it i THAT MAN VARDAMAN VARDAMANHattiesburg VARDAMANHattiesburg VARDAMANHattlesburg
Hattiesburg Eye EyeA EeZ EeA
Z
A rare and peculiar specimen of ths thsgenus th thgenus thgenus
genus homo bomotbis this Vardaman VardamanA
A man of many sides and many manycharacteristics manycharacteristics
characteristics A man who at times timesshows timeshows timesshows
shows every evidence of being a denia deniagogue dernagogue ema emagogue
gogue of the thq most dangerous type and andat amlat anUat
at others employs such consummate consummatelogic consummateIc consummatelcic
logic Ic lc and farseeing wisdom as to tobrand tobrand tobrand
brand him as a statesman of the thehighest th thhlsh thehigliet
highest hlsh t order or er a logician of deep deepfounded deepfcunded deepfeunded
founded premises a solon who has hasdiscovered hasdiscover hasdiscovered
discovered d the foundation of true trueslatescraft truesLatescraft truestatescraft
slatescraft slatescraftA
A truly wonderful man mana a novus1 novus1homo novus novushomoa nortishomoa
homo homoa a man who combines the thestatesman thestatesman thestatesman
statesman and the demagogue demago 11e the thelogic thelogic thelogic
logic of the philosopher and the unrea unreasoning unreasenlng imneasening ¬
soning passionate prejudice of the un untutored untutor natutored ¬
tutored tutor d and illiterate A man of stu stupendous stupendOls stupendous
pendous egotism yet ever vtr ready rend for forselflmmulntion forselflnurulntlon forselffrnrnulation
selflmmulntion in the advancement of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his principles A man who one mo moment moment mament
ment appeals irresistibly to the un unthinking unthinldng unthinking
thinking through < < passion and prejui prejuidice preju prejudice
I dice alone ana1 au is denounced with con contempt coni
t tempt mpt by the reasoner and strnlghtfor strnlghtforward
ward i rd thinker of high Ideals but who who1tfeforei whoI1eforei whole
tfeforei le for the words of condemnation condemnationhavo
have scarcely died on the lips rises risesto
to a height which commands the tb rej rejpoct ro repoCt i iIIPOCf t
I poct even of the wisest and best oft oftthem or ori ofthem i
i them themOne j I
j One of the th most ost notable character characteristlcs characteritcs characteritics
istlcs ot Vardaman is his hi ability abmt to toj toturn i ii
j j i turn every ver controversy in which he hebecomes h hbecomes hebecomes
i becomes Involved inolv d to his own personal personaladvantage p personalMyantage rsonalt L
I advantage and n1 selfglorification at the thesame theI
I same time apparently doing nothing nothingto
I I to cause the outcome to be as It all allways al alI alSfly
I ways Sfly 8Sls is His work In this direction directionias 1
ias D l some one hD has suggested is like the therapidly
I rapidly revolving ripsaw it turns so sofast j i i
fast that it seems to be standing still stillThis stillThis
This was excellently illustrated in I I Ithe
i the recent squabble with Louisiana LouisianaI
It was s the demagogue who perceive perceiveing pereivlug I
ing an opportunity made the unneces unnecessary ¬ j Isary
i sary gar though true tru charge against a nst the thehealth thehealth I II
I health authorities of Louisiana Hei Heidesired He Hedeslred
desired to step In the limelight limelightIt I
It was the statesman however who whowith whowith J 1 1with
with quiet dignity ignored the jealous jealousshafts jealousslinft jealousshaft5
shafts of Dlanchards envy en when the thestate thestate thestate
state rights trouble arose and who whowithout whowltbobt ftO ftOwithoUt j
without braggadocio or ostentation ostentationbrought ostenUlonbrought
brought credit on the whole state by bytho bYthe bythe i i
the part p rt he hep1ayed hep1ayedWben played playedWhen j
When Vardaman quits playing to tothe toth
the th galleries aJleri s he will v1J be b suet Ucha a man manmay manl ian 1
aswe may sincerely slnc rely admire admiref I
f h c
UNIVERSITY OF THE THESTATE THESTATE THESTATE
STATE OF FLORIDA FLORIDAEmbracing FLORIDAEmbracing FLORIDAEmbracingtheiollowing
Embracing Embracingtheiollowing the following subjects subjectsi
i I Language and Literature LiteramreA A four fouryear touyear fouryear
year course leading to tbe degree d ee of ofBachelor orBachelor o r rBachelor
Bachelor of Arts Greek ig I not re rei reoi requlred
i quired but is s offered as an elective electivethroughout electIethroughout i ithroughout
throughout the th course coursej courseII
j II GaneraJ Science Sd nceDltided S1enceD1vIdedthree Divided Into Intothree 1n 1nthree
i three co cOllrs rs < 1Chemical course cdurseMathematical
1 Mathematical course Natural Hfefdry HW ii r rcourse r rcourse
course No Gre GrteX 8t t and an only oy entrance entranceLatin entraDeeLatin entrancLatin
I Latin is i requlrad 1n fa these the e courses All 1 1uryear
Iuurycar fouryear uryear courses coursesIII cOursesAgricultureFouryear
I III Agriculture Agrlcu1tcreFourr Fouryear and two twoyear boyear twoyear
year courses courseSiIV coursesIv
IV Engineering EnglneringFouryear ± ngFouryea ngFouryealit Fouryear course coursein
in Mechanical Civil and an Electrical I
Engineering j A1 lq 3 a twoyear twoC r course coursen
n 1 Mechanics No Latin or Greek ia iaAcquired istcquired h hleqlurel
Acquired In HI or IV The full course courseunder coursecnder COUTSLnder
under II UI and IV lead l ad to the de degree deree degree ¬
gree ree of Bachelor of Science the shore shorecourses shoricourses I
courses < to a Certificate of Proflcien Proficiency y
i V Pharmacy Phl PharmacyA nac A full twoyear wo enr course i
to be begun In September lOC 1 iiocVI Ofi OfiVI
i VI formal N rmalThree Three Thr cqurses for forteacherg foreachr r reacher
teacherg A oneyear course leading to toa toa t ta
a certificate A threeyear course lead
Ing to an L I I Diploma A fouryear 1 i
i course leading to the degree of Eache I Ibr
lor of Pedagogy Pedagogyi
i i An ajnplr corps of competent teach teachens
I t ers A high curriculum cumculumECpen8oS Expenses in
Including board 4120 J20 to 150 per year veal1a11
Fall term termopons opongSeptember opon September 27 7 1905 i90
Sena for Catalogue CatalogueANDREW Cataloguei CatalogueANDRFW
i ANDREW SLEDD President
Lake City Florida FloridaEXCURSIONS FloridaU10NS
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EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONSTile U10NS U10NSTI1
The TI1 Tug Monarch MonarchI
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will run her regular r
Sunday excursions Sunday as follows followsLeave folloWsLeaYe followsLeave
Leave City Clt at JO 10a a m for Station
Leave Station at all 1 p m for Pen Pensacola PeAsacol Pensacola ¬
sacola sacolaLeave sacolLeave sacolaLeave
Leave Pensacola S 3 rn n in for Station StationI
Leave Station S ritlon 4 i ireturn I
p m for to Gulf and andreturn an
return to Station StationLeave StaUrnLeae StationLeave
Leave StatUm 6 ji m for Pensacoli
Parties PatIscanstop can top at Station St on on flrjt t
trip and an return 1 reurn rn to the City in laat 1a t tfro
trip p rgf
Rcfrasliments fro i fiQrvQd
nent served on o board at a t
reasonable reaso abIe prices priceso ptlcesFAR pricesFAREfFOR
FAR FAREfFOR EfF9 o RpU ROUND31P5OCENTS Npuv50 Itr81 5QC CENTS
CHILDREN 25 CENTS
l Walter It S Hooton ifootonG oto I II
3 General G eral Dealer in inBicycles j jBicycles
I Bicycles icycl s Bicycle icC e Sundries Sundriesand Sundriesand undriesand
and Fittings FittingsCYCLES
CYCLES REPAIRED REPAIREDCYCLES REPAIREDCYCLES REPAIREDCYCLES
CYCLES FOR RENT RENTIron RENTIron RENTIron
S Iron Safes Cash Registers T Type Typewriters Ty Tyscriters n nwriters
writers Guns G ns Pistols Locks anj an i 1 Ux >
brella repaired repairedLawn repairedLnI1 repairedLawn
Lawn Mowers Scissor Scis Sciseor1ts or1l Kn KDie KDiets e ets
1ts < ts sharpened sharpenedMost sharpened1tlost sharpenedMost
Most complete line if f
> keys la incity tr trcity tl tlci
city ci y
cityTry Try yTry Hooton3 Mwafn Meijpr tf P f1 r 5 5when Sr Srwhen f fwben
when in a hurry to 3f >
send sPnj12EAST n 1 n mq ij ij12EAST
12 12EAST EAST INTENDENCIA ST STPHONE STPHONE SrPHONE
PHONE 1133 1133LKALJDYERTiSEaiEBTS 1133LEGAL 1133LEO
LKALJDYERTiSEaiEBTS LKALJDYERTiSEaiEBTSNotice LEGAL LEO AL ADVERTiSEMENTS ADVERTiSEMENTSNotice A avEsE MEHTs MEHTsNotice
Notice Is hereby given 4T5 4T5picatlon
13 r7 J V 3 3plication 3l1 >
plication l1 icatlon for those th leftr Iet Ietb r t w wfar Itbe
far b made to the Goverror t nof ja jaof n
of f Florida at TaHahasf
a i T 7day Tday jo joda
day da September 12 19 1945 1945The 1905The < 5 5The
The undersigned < m mhereby 11 11hereby T s shereby
hereby make application applteatiopatent f fpatent r rpatent >
patent incorporating us iI iIelates < 1 ami ir a
dates into a corpora corporaance > a l lance r ra
a ance with the laws Iawof Iawofthe of F f in inthe i1the
the following charter
1 The of tho t11
name
n rI rIshan rr rrshall 3 3shall
shall be Yellow Pfae b band Ivand rr rrand
and Its place of basic i if jF J Jme
f inr rIa rIa14e
me general natuiv natuivness tur aturness turness <
ness to be transactedbuying tran transacted trnneactettbuying etf > lt ltbuying
buying and selling of la hafacturing 2 m mifactiiring 1 1fuctnring
ifactiiring of naval sKor or orother I j jother Iother
other wood prodiicts th theselling i iselling IselJing
selling of merchandise mercha merchai41eof dbe dbeof r rof
of all things incident indtlfantaJr a aness
r ness and the t e acquisition h hand hand 11111 11111and
and disposition d18po lUoll oi Otand ua uaand
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and personal which ma maor IDaOr maOr
or convenient for the tar ar arsaid n nsaid 1 1said
said purposes purposesi purJ > Ms MsI
I i 3 The araoHBi amoantshall of ii iishall <
i shall be two hundred it r I Ijsand Isand il ilI
I jsand i sand dollars f3iMHM iOHOit OOlshares > > 1 1 i ii Ishares
i shares of f one hun hurI > i
1 I 10000 each and shall 1 1cash v vcash 1 1 1upon
cash upon the call of o f f4 i r
4 The said corporatio corporatiofor corporaurfor
I for fornlnet ninetynine nlne 99 year yenrdate a a adate
r I date of granting letters par pa a n v
5 The business shall be b > ri riby t tbr
by a board of seven or IMS IMSas h ie4as r ras
as provided by the bylaws bylawsdent i ident ldent
dent one or more viceprey Ic pr > hts t s a aprovided l lIt it
t provided by the bylaws and a atarytreasurer atarytreasurer > f ftarytreasurer
It tarytreasurer The directors 1rectrf rectr a aelected aelected
elected f > ected annually at the m DlH DlHthe nithe rr rri
i the stockholders to o be heM > a asecond 1 1second
second Wednesday in Oct Octothe Octthe Octthe
the officers shall be electel 1 L Lboard fJ fJboard liboard >
board of directors at a raeern5 raeern5held meer mectnheld n f fheld >
held on the same day Tntil i ielection ielection t telection
election W v C Veceen Ve shall shalldent shaltdent t tdent
dent J R Sounders Jir rC t vi vident vident > pr prdent
dent J If Smithwick S sconi sconipreeideat + conl conlpre conlpr
pre pr preeideat ldeat and M E Wlfe WJ WMen WMentarytreasurer n ntarytreaaiirer ntarytree
tarytreaaiirer tarytree urer and aI1 W C Vereer VereenR
R Saunoers J H SmithvricJc SmithwiclcCovlngton H HCoviagton f fCovington
Coviagton J G Pace W H Hand Hand < 1 1and
and C M 1 Covinton Covin OI shall c cthe cthe J Jthe
the board of o director
6 The hfees h amount of ofnes6 ofness n nness
ness to which the corporation J Jan iany i iany
any an time saij j C iu iter lf f sJa sJahundred hahundred ha hahundred
hundred thoo thouMnd nil dollars > > 5 U
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7 The games aLat aLatamounts retid retidamounts r itJfiI itJfiIamounts
amounts mbecribed Rb cri d for > y j yscriber oa oaacriber Ol Olscriber
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Fla 200 S1Iar Shares 11 > I 4 4H 4H fH
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State of Florida County C at of f f E EBefore J 1 x xBefore 1 1Before
Before the s swbHr1be bs rlber a aIc nonr nonrlie nt r rhe
lie in and for said State an anpersonally 3ner anpersonally
personally er nanT appeared J R S SL u 1 I III i ii
i II L Covinglon J G Pace > ir i ri riCosingtou > d l lCOlngton f T TCoinstoB
CoinstoB known to me meIndividuals t tindividuals I Iindh1dual
individuals described by sail ai il I Iand ra raand fjand
and acknowledged that they PS P Pthe i ithe 1the
the foregoing Instrument for foranti u uand j jand
and purposes therein set forth forhGiven ror rorGiyen forthGiven
Given under my hand and s r rclal l lclal 1cml
clal this 2S 8h h day of July A P PJOHN I 5 5JOHN 5JOHN
JOHN J GIBfN GIBfNNotary Gl GlNotary GIDNNotary
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