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YrTF PENSACOLA TOtnSNTAr SUNDAY MORNING MAY 31 1908
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J PROCEEDINGS OF THE DEMOCRATIC
1 STATE r EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
> Jacksonville Florida May 29 1908
I As Reported by the Jacksonville Metropolis
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Wellknown democrats from various
parts of the state are here today at i
tending the meeting of the state com
mlttee called by Chairman A T Wil
liams for the purpose of declaring the
returns of the first primary and to I
make preparations for the second con
test The meeting took place at 11
oclock this morning in the Aragon
hotel
I The state executive committee is
composed of the following a majority
of whom were present either in per
son or by proxy
f Chairman Arthur T Williams
Secretary Herbert Dodd
Treasurer Clarke Knight
J Roll of Members by Counties
Alachua Dr J F McKInstry Baker
H J Rhoden Bradford A B Long
Brevard Wade S Jones Calhoun W
B Clark Citrus J M Young Colum
Wa John W Hatcher Clay S Al
Hendricks Dado E M Dimick De
r 1 Soto W E Leltner DuvaJP A
Dignan Escambia E MnTden
Franklin H J Grady Gadsden P
P McKeown Hamilton C A Ste
phens Hernando George ° C Martin
HiTsborough Clarke Knight Holmes
H Whftaker Jackson V E B
t Smith Jefferson J M Lamar La
fayette W H Chauncey Lake L E
a Dozier Lee W H Towls Leon Fred
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T Myers Levy S Phillips Liberty
J E Roberts Madison C E Davis
Manatee Dr John O Brown Marlon
Dr W 1L Griffith Monroe Ge W
Reynolds Nassau J H Sauls Or
ange W L Palmer Osceola J A
Lancaster Pasco M J Dooner Polk
Max Relf Putnam F J Fearnstde
Santa Rosa Ernest Amos St Johns
Albert H MIckler St Hide W J
Tucker Sumter C F Venable Su
wannee J J Platt Taylor W H
Hendry VcOusIa James W Perkins
Wakulla Nat R Walker Walton J
C McSween Washington W
Jones
Members at Large J W Adams
Sanford J M Bryan Kissimmee Ar
thur T Williams Jacksonville A J
Blount Jr Pensacola S J Hilburn
Palatka Raymond D Knight Jack
sonville A W Cockrell Jr Jack
sonville Warren E Anderson Pensa
cola S J BlItch and C D Clough
Lakeland C 0 Codrington DeLand
William Hocker Ocala Herbert L
Dodd Lake City
Campaign CommitteeChairman
Arthur T Williams secretary Her
bert L Dodd S Phillips W T
Tucker FT Fearnside A W Cock
fell Jr and Charles Davis
The Returns
Yesterday and last night the am
< 5afen committee canvassed the re
turns of the first primary which show
r i ed the following results all counties
laving reported except Calhoun
United States Senator
John S Beard 4532
N B Broward 10038
Duncan U Fletcher 17208
William B Lamar 12572
For Presidential Electors I
H P Bailey 20273
P W Butler 18532
George L Lappington 14811
Robert E Davis 25631
George C Martin 20755
Samuel Pasco 216S 3
C J Strozier 12251
For National Committeeman
T Albert JQnnlngs 18155
William S Jennings 1GJJ8
Delegates to National Convention
J E Alexander 0 0 0 15U12
Basil O Bowden 9303
Max M Browne 12454
J Hall Brumsey o 00 00 0 7604
A C Clewis eo o 8622
Charles F Eaton 084J
D J Herrin 633lS
A J P Julian o 0 5950
A S Mann 0 0 9652
r H W Philips v 4431
jnank W Pope o 8534
J H Reese 6300
H H Shackleford o 9073
F B Stoneman 5194
First District Delegates
John W Barton 0 3075
1V A Fulton 2738
L S Gradens 7584
A J Knight 0 7557
J D Robertson 3888
Second District Delegates
5 55S
E W Bond >
T S Davis 66Si
Pat Murphy 3792
F O Sebring 0 5mm
J H Vick 3505
Third District Delegates
Charles O Andrews 2056
A C Blount Jr 3206
SWClark 1570
John G Collins VJa
John T Crawford 3891
Frank L Mayes 5So5
For Governor
Jefferson B Browne 8986
A W Gilchrist 23248
J N C Stockton 200b8
Secretary of State
H Clay Crawford 34016
Attorney General
W H ETlis 17396
Park Trammell 22897
Comptroller
T J Appleyard 0 11676
AC Groom 24983
J W Knight 688
Treasurer
W V Knott 32448
State Superintendent of Public In
struction
William M Holloway 34042
Commissioner of Agriculture
B E McLin 0716
Railroad Commissioner
Royal C Dunn 15183
E W Irvine o 6443
W K Jackson 10U1
Julius Salomon 9596
Adjutant General
J Clifford R Foster 29S74
State Chemist
R E Rose 29727
Justice of Supreme Court
William A Hocker 25J22
Thomas M Shackelford 25316
States AttorneyFourth Judicial Cir
cuit
William A Hallowes 238S
A G Hartrldge 267
C B Peeler 1332
Resolution Adopted
When the report of the campaign
committee had been made A W Cock
roll Jr Introduced the following res
olutions which were passed
Resolved by the Florida state dem
ocratic committee That the following
named candidates received the major
ity of the votes cast at the primary
held on the 19th day of May 1908 and
are hereby declared to be the nomi
nees of the democratic party in the
state of Florida and the executive of
ficers of this committee are lierebby I
directed to make certificates accord i
ingly that is to say
H P Bailey P W Butler Robert I
E Darvls George C Martin and Sam
uel Pasco for presidential electors
T Albert Jennings for member 01
the national democratic committee
H Clay Crawford for secretary of
state
Park M Trammell for attorneygen
eralA C Croom for comptroller
AV V Knott for treasurer
William M Hcfiloway for superin
tendent of public instruction
B E McLin for commissioner of
agriculture
J Clifford R Foster for attorney
general
R E Rose for state chemist
William A Hocker and Thomas M
Shackelford for justice of the supreme
court
C Li Wilson for state attorney from
the first judicial circuit
George W Walker for state attor
ney from the second judicial circuit
Carey A Hardee for state attorney
for the third judicial circuit
John C Jones for state attorney
for the seventh judicial circuit
Four Bryan Delegates
Resolved further That the follow
ingnamed candidates for delegates to
the national democratic convention
to be held at Denver have received a
i
majority of the votes cast it the pri
mary held on the 19th day of May
lyos and are hereby declared to be
delegates of the democratic party 01
Florida to said convention that is
to say
t I ANOTHER SKIRT AND 1
m DRESS SALE
A few weeks ago we placed on m iW
fB special sale some voile skirts that on I
i w account of their intrinsic value and the at
I low price at which we sold them caused
i t h E untold wonder among the wearers of m
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womens apparel as to how we could
sell such values so low R
Hi m
tR it We are again prepared to offer m
m I even greater bargains haying bought
R 11 i a sample line from one of the leading
Hi manufacturers at greatly reduced J
tiS rR prices m m
5R Our offer for Monday will be 50 Altman Voile Skirts elegantly tailored plain
m and taffeta trimmed worth 1250 and 1500 for Monday 750 fa
50 Chiffon Panama all wool skirts made with side pleats and gored comes in
1 navies and blacks and taton regular 850 Skirts for Monday only 500 m
1 m
N Specials in Dresses and Coat Suits
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cess and twopiece effects these are this seasons latest productions
and m I
rum easily worth 750 to 1000 Monday only 500 m
One lot of Coat Suits
made of wrap and linene cloth very cool and comfortable m
IH 27inch coats just the thing for evenings and bay parties regular price m
1250 for Monday only
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James E Alexanderfor delegate for J
the national democratic convention
from the state at large
I S Giddens and A J Knight for
delegate to the national democratic
convention from the first congres
sional district
Frank L Mayes for delegate to the
national democratic convention from
the third congressional district
In Second Primary
Resolved further That the follow
ingnamed candidates did not receive
a majority of the votes cast hut did
not receive the highest number of
the votes cast and a second primary
being necessary such candidates ar
to be certified to the several county
committees as candidates in such sec
ond primary that is to say
N B Broward and Duncan V
Fletcher for United States senator
Albert W Gilchrist and John N C
Stockton for governor
Royal C Dunn and W K Jackson
for railroad commissioner
William A Hallowes Jr and A G
Hartridge for state attorney for the
fourth judicial circuit
Basil O Bowden Max M Brown A
C Clewis Charles F Eaton A S
Mann and R H Shackleford for del
egates to the national democratic con
vention for the state at large
IS W Bond T S Davis Pat Mur
phy Frank O Sebring for delegate
to the nationall democratic convention
for the second congressional district
A C Blount Jr and John T G
Crawford for delegate to the national
democratic convention for the third
congressional district
Resolved further That In the event
any of the candidates so diiecteri to
be certified for the second primary
withdraw from the contest so as that
the remaining candidate or candidates
for the office or position have no con
testant then that the candidate b
and each Is hereby declared to be
the nominee for such office or elected
as delegate and the executive officers
are hereby directed to make certiu
cates In all respects as if such candi
date had received a majority of the
votes cast at said primary of May
19 1908
EXERCISES OF
ONYENT SCHOOL
TERM WILL COME TO A CLOSE
NEXT WEDNESDAY EVENING
WHEN AN EXCELLENT ENTER
TAINMENT WILL BE GIVEN BY
THE PUPILS IN THE OPERA
HOUSE
The annual exhibition of the Con
vent schools which will take place
at the Pensacola Opera House next
Wednesday evening June 3 will be
one of the interesting events of the
season as between two and three hun
dred Convent children will partici
pate in the events of the evening The
children have been thoroughly drill
ed by their instructors and the eve I
I ning promises to be one of unusual
interest Following is the program
for the pleasing event
Entrance march I
Salutatory Miss S BergIn +
Ave Maria Senior Vocal Class
Piano Trio Dream of Happy Days I
Misses A McCarthy K Adams and
N Belote
Merry Milk Maids Junior Girls I
Piano Duet Miss V Merrit and
Master TT Inhiisrm
Little Drum Majors Junior Boys
Violin Solo Master B Motta
Little Maids and Men from China
Junior Kindergarten Class
Piano SoloMiss K Motta
The HaymakersSong and drill In
termediate Girls
Tableau
Instrumental duet March Celeste
Misses H Sheppard and M Holifield
JRecifcation Sam Browns Obitu
ary Master H Johnson
TrioUncle Sams Medley
Misses M Holrneld H Sheppard and
A Johnson
Rainbow Fete Columbia Miss G
Smith Flag Bearer Miss M Connel
ly Columbias Daughters Misses K
Anderson W Moody R Burns L
and A Khtmer V Merritt G Wil
kins 1 Maher J Matroni L Allen
B Rierra O M Williams E Gon
zalez and J Rhodes Queen of Na
ture Miss S Bergin Rainbow Maid
ens Seven flowers representing the
seven colors of the rainbow Rose
Misses M Steele and N Sweeney
Goldonrod Misses L Cusachs and A
Maher Buttercups Misses M Hatton
and J B3rnes Pine Misses E Scam
beau and G Whitehead Forgetme
not Misses A McHugh and N Glack
meyer Bonnie Bells of Blue Miss
A Mooney and F Drennon Violet
Misses G Rafferty and H Bicker
Tableau
F ULcjcitation Tine CUnlew Bell
Master L Keefe
Gymnastics Senior Boys
Captain Master C Bicker
Arm Exercise
Dumb bell exercise
Young Sandowour school cham
pion in heavyweight lifting Master
A Kiedenger
Piano Duet Misses F Drennon and
A McCarthy
Clubs
Bayonet exercise
Manual of arms
Piano Duet iFairy Queen Misses
L Adams and H Gonzalez
Gossip PantomimeA Spicy Piece
of News Little ofd Ladies
Duet Warblings at Eve Misses E
Hall and H Bicker
Recitation Around the Bivouac
Fire Senior Kindergarten Class
Piano TrioExcelsior Polka
Misses A Johnson F Drennon and
E Hall
Distribution of medals and pre
miums
Closing AddressRev Father Ful
lexton
Camp Ward May 30 1908
There will be a meeting of Con
federate Veterans at their bivouac on
Tuesday June 2 at 730 oclock
By order of
D B REED Commander
J MASON SCARRITT Adjutant
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I Sold at prices thai ail not pay for cost of material I
15 dozen garments to be sold for 25c
m Lot contains Drawers Corset Covers m
Our entire stock of Gowns Corset Covers Skirts
m and Drawers 60c values for 39c r
I All 100 garments reduced to 6ge
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mAll 125 and 150 garments SSe ns
ri Great decline in cotton goods with ready cash m m
m makes these prices possible iB
m Monday only yard wide bleaching former price H
lOc this sale 6C per yard m
m One case Fitchville Domestic Se per yard flj
Hi Yard wide brown Domestic good quality 6e I
n Amoskeag Ginghams Be
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One case good checked ginghams regular 8 13
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I L ong Cloth Bargain II
50 pieces regular 15c value per piece 129
fa 50 pieces Nainsook special value 139
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FOREIGN PRIESTS
VISIT THE CITY
TWO TURKISH PRIESTS ARRIVE
iN PENSACOLA AND WILL CON
DUCT SERVICES AT LOCAL
CHURCH THIS MORNING
There wM be a most unique scrvi e
at the Palafox Street Methodist
church at 11 oclock this morning
There are two Turkish priests in the
city both of them armed with all of
ithe credentials necessary to so
them entry into Pensacolas inner
church circles and both of whom are
seeding assistance to spread the gos
pel of the Saviour in their native
landBoth of these Turkish Christians
will be at Palafox Methodist ElIi o
pal church this morning and Rev Mr
Gavin will make a special appeal to
his congregation in their behalf
CARD OF THANKS
We take this method of expressing
our thanks and appreciation to OUT
friends and acquaintances for the
kindness shown us during the illness
and after death of our beloved hus
band and father
Mrs K J Schmitz and Family
ATTENTION SONS OF VETERANS
You are hereby commanded to meet
at the bivouac in the old armory hall
Monday evening at 630 p m Busi
ness of importance The delegates
to the Enningliam reunion will be
appointed
By order of
T E REED Commander
E P HESSE Adjutant
EDUCATIONAL
Miss Lilla McKInlay will receive
pupils for summer tuition from Mon
day June 1 at her residence 609
North Eighth avenue Special atten
tion will fce given In studies wherein
pup s have failed in the public
schools 609 North Eighth avenue
Subscribe for The Journal
D H MAYS I
r FOR CONGRESS U
is vorthy
a wa of your vote
He is clean
4 capable
1r4 safe
You can
trust him
VOTE FOR MAYS
1 00 REWARD
For the arrest and delivery to Sheriff J C Van Pelt
of a negro highwayman named SAM BROWN of the
following description
I Age about 40 years weight aoout 170 pounds color black thin
moustache whites of eyes very reddish stands erect talks gcachie
I wears about Xo 8 shoes was neat ng on the 27th inst heavy solid
blackcolored pants and coat do nct remember if he wore vest slouch
hat medium broadtoed lace shoes that looked to be rid kid and to have
cost about 250
Hat othing and shoes in good condition for a darkey inside of
hands rough claims to be a turpentine darkey
Very agreeable talking and has slightly smiling expression ordinarily
when talking
Claims his native home to be King Street TVilKamsburg County
South Carolina Is familiar with conditions around Pensacola through
Alabama and Mississippi Will probably want money to move his family
to turpentine place
Last seen on May 27 1 OS five miles northwest of Pensacola when he
held up and robbed Albert Jernigan Went in northeast direction ARREST
AND WIRE OS
J J McCASKILL CO Freeport Fla
or J C VAN PELT Sheriff Pensacola Fla
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