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2 ThE PENSACOLA JOURNAL TUESDAY MORNING JUNE 2 1908
1
MEETING OF i
HERVEY HOTEL I I
SUBSCRIBERS
It Will Be Held Tonight and
Hotel is Almost an
Assured Fact
The hotel will tonight be an ac
complished fact That is the opinion
of afl who have given the matter
critical thought the past few days
Charles B Hervey will get here
this morning from Mobile He will
tonight attend a meeting in the big
ball in the Brent building The pub
lic is Invited to attend Written no
tices have been sent to all those who
have subscribed for stock If the
notices la any cases fall to reach a
subscriber it Is hoped that he will
rome anyhow Invitations have also
teen sent to a number of leading
citizens Vho have not yet subscribed
Mr Hervey will be at the meeting
prepared to answer all questions
that may bo put to him and especial
ly to tell the doubting Thomases
why he sees Profit in 15 years by pay
ing taxes insurance and 6 per cent
on the cost of land and building II
the proposed 350000 hotel is built
Including 101100 signed up to last
Thursday night 5000 additional to
his 10000 subscription promised
by W H Kmowles If necessary the
f 13000 subscribed last Thursday
night conditional on a total ot
150000 being subscribed by tonight
and about 5000 signed on Saturday
there now remains about 24000 to I
be signed up in order to complete to
night the signing of the 150000 of
stock that must be subscribed at par
before a board of directors can be
elected to serve without pay and
the placing of a 200000 bond issue
effected Then the construction will
begin
Every man in Pensacola is wanted
at the meeting tonight It will en
courage the optimistic and convert
the pessimists The slogan is Let
every frlond of progress go to the
l P
una LIII I
The Subscribers
The list of stockholders and the
amounts they have subscribed to up
to the evening of May 28 under the
original terms of subscription was
Apostle IV 2000
A M Avery 2000
Max L Bear 1000
W L Bell 500
A R Binghihn 100
W A Blonnt 2500
H H Boyer 1000
LS Brown 500 i
T W Bullard 500
R G Bushnell 100
Bay Point Mill Co to oou
n C Caldwell 500
Campbell L S Stable 100
Cary Co 200
Clutter Music House 200
F H Cranston 100
J W Coons 300
Jno X Day 300
Dr W C Dowbcrry 200
B C Duval 501
A A Fisher 2000
Joel Frater Lbr Co 500
Thos Freeman Atmore Ala 100
B Gersou 300
Jno IL Guttman 1500
GermanAm Lbr Co 2500
Itoyt Bros joo
T A Jennings 2000
Arthur J Johnson 500
W H Knowles 10000
Mrs H S Ke Ser 2500
A Lischkoff 500
D Levy 1UO
A Moog 500 I
M iM tc A D Morrison 1000
H Muller 300
Jno A Merrilt Co iuuo
IMrDavidHy Co 5000
Jas MdHugh 300
R L Xlchelsen1 lvU
Pen Gro Co 200
Pensacola Realty Co 2500
Frank Reilly 500
J S Roberts I 100
Rosasco Bros 500
O H Smith 500
W Xash Reed ion
H H Thornton 200
Watson Parker Reese 500
H H WIcke Co 200
J T AVhiting 100
J E D Yonge 11
14 M Davis 300
Jno C Avery 200
L G Aymard 100
A R Beck 100
Dr C E Bennett h 100
F F Blngham 50Q
tA C Blount Jr 2500
F C Brent 5000
FL B Bruce 200
II A Brosnaham 390
F M Bknrnt 200
Sol Cahn Co 1000
w M Camp 300
Patillo Gampibell 300
Ruckner Chipley 100
J E Concannon Co 100
11 G Crosby 300
WL G Dailey 100
J5 A Davis 500
K G DeSilva Co 200
L E Dubuisson Bro 200
Gus Eitzen 100
Ed Forcheimer 100
S A Friedman 100
T L Gant 200
H W Gibbs 100
B L Gundershcimer 200
Hooton Vatson 2500
Knowles Hyer 1 000
Pensacola Journal 500
R Leon Jones Atmore Ala 500
W S Keyser 50UJ
Knowles Bros 2500
T H Lannon jj
Marston Quina 500
CMonsfield Moreno iou
J M Muldon 5000
Murphy Morrison Co 500
Jno E Maxwell 100
J S McGaughy vl
Dr D W McMillan 100
H B Owen 100
Pensacola Investment Co 5000
J M Roberts bOW
His Or Robinson 500
Sam Rorsenau 100
NHReJd 300
T Taylor 100
A
II C H Turner Const Co 2000
Thos C Watson 1000
W B Wright lOOD
P K Yonge 300
1Ln Yonge 100
D Hale Wilson 500
Jas Waters 200
C P Gatit Tuscaloosa 100
Imperial Cigar Store 200
H S WWte 100
C F Schad 100
C McK and C J Oerting 200
T
Owen Clark Co 500
T J McCaskill 1000
Wm Johnson Son 1000
S A Leonard loo
T W Brent u 300
A H White 500
Crystal Pharmacy 500
B S Weeks 100
Dr J H Bickerstaff 100
WJlmer Hayward 200
Dr Brosnahan bUU
C H Simpson 500
I C W Merritt TS 500
Bigbee Fertilizer Co Mfg 200
W H Northup 500
Lee Daniell 200
Warfield Grocery Co 100
C C Goodman 100
Actually signed 101100
Promised by W H Knowles
if needed 5000
Total under original terms 100100
Conditional Additional
James M Muldon 5000
Sol Cabn 1000
rlaxBear 1000
Henry M Yonge 500
Patillo Campbell 100
AILBeek 100
Win Jchnson Son 500
H H Thornton 100
F B Bruce 100
ensacola Tnvestoient Co 2500
John A IMerritt Co 500
Hoyt Bros 100
C W MeiTitt j 00
Watson Parker Reese Co 200
Ausfeld Blount 200
Lazard Cahn 100
Tohn K Maxwell 200
Mrs B E Gonzalez 200
M R Yonge 100
Marston Quina lo
Total to May 28 119100
Since May 28 about 5000
Total available 124000
Still needed 26000
THE EXPORTS
DURING MAY
t
Shipments From Pensacola
During This Period Val
I ued at 1226874
Exp rts from Pensacola during the
month of May had a valuation exceed
ing one imillion dollars a slight in
crease over the same monWi of last
year During tho month 25 v c oia
entered 14 coming from foreign and
11 from domestic portS while 21 took
out clearance papers for foreign ports
and three for domestic ports Three
vessels entered with cargoes only
one at which was subject to duty and
the latter collected amounted to
19032 The total collection for me
month including tonnage tax aggre
gated 150648
The shipments to foreign countries
and their respective valuations were
as follows
Austria eo 5 SS001
Azores TSIO
Belgium 157064
France 36252
Germany 22StGlil
Italy 31967
Netherlands 101418
Portugal S5G2
Russia 46550
Spain 16200
United Kingdom 575256
Cuba 7000
Argentina 51873
Brazil 37306
Total 1226874
PALE DELICATE WOMEN AND
GIRLS
The Old Standard GROVES TASTE
LESS CHILL TOXIC drives out ma
laria and builds up the system For
grown people and children 50c
FERNEY OUT
ON 500 BOND
Man Charged With Shooting
Artilleryman is Allow
ed Bail
George Ferney conductor of the
trailer of a bayshore car who was
arrested Saturday night by the police
charged with being the man who shot
Musician Wilson of the TwentySec
oftJ company of coast artillery while
the fatter Wyis aboard the trailer was
turned over to the county authorities
Sunday by the police officials His
bond was fixed at 500 which was
furnished at once and Ferney was re
leased from custody
Reports from Font Barrancas yes
terday were to the effect that the
wounded man is not in a dangerous
condition and it is expected that
within a few weeks he will be dis
charged from the hospital
I
VESSEL PICKED UPTWO
BOATLOADS SURVIVORS
By Associated Press
Savannah Ga June According
to a wireless dispatch received here
from the steamer Merrimac off Cape
Romaine that vessel picked up two
ships boats loaded with persons who
made their escape from a wrecked
vessel The dispatch failed to give
the name of the wrecked boat num
ber rescued or whether or not there
had been any lives lost
INTEREST IN
THE REVIVAL
Large Congregations are At
tending Gadsden Street
Church
The zenith of interest In the meet
ings of the Gadsden Street Methodist
church revival was reached on Sun
day when Mr Moor preached both
ncrning and evening with unusual
power In the morning his sermon
was founded on the words of Israels
prophecy He shall see of the tra
vail of his soul and shall b satis
fied
At S p m a large congregation lis
tened to a masterful presentation of
the thoughts issuing from these
words He that keel llh the whole
law and yet offend in one point is
guilty of all
Mr Woodward also did good work
making three addresses during tee
day One before the Busy Peoples
Bible Class of the Gadsden Street
church one at Muscogee mission
church and another at 7 oclock before
the Epworth League and other young
people at the Gadsden Street church
On yesterday the largest weskday
congregations since the opening of the
meeting greeted Rev Moore at both
10 oclock and S p m Much Unter si
was manifested in the morning ser
vice thd central thought being the
all sufficiency of God
Th text from which the senmon
was preached at tfno evening hour was
the exhortation contained in Luke
1324 Strive to enter in at tuo
straight gate for many 1 say unto
you shall seek to enter dn and shall
not be able This was a most im
pressive service resulting in numbers
of persons remaining for an after ser
vice for direction in the Christian
way
HE WAS KNOvVN
IN PENSACOLA
T H Chamberlain Killed in
Mobile Has Friends
In This City
T H Chamberlain the young man
shot and killed by a negrqdesperado
In Mobile Saturday had a number of
friends in Pensacola some of 1hom
became acquainted with him while
he was a bicycle rider while others
knew him while they were residents
of Mobile
Chamberlain was at ona time one of
the fastest bicycle riders in the south
and during the time tho sport was
flourishing in Pensacola paid a num
ber of visits to this city entering i
at Ivupfrians I
races park
i
NO TRACE OF
NIFAYS BODY
Every Effort to Locate It
Has So Far Proven
Unsuccessful
Although the river has been dyna
mited and the swamps searched for
miles every effort to locate tne body
of Richard H Bonlfay supposes to
lave been omirdered last week while
fishing has proven unsuccessful The
liver has been dynamited for miles
m the hope that the body would com
to the surface while searching parties
have scoured the woods thinking pos
sibly that Mr Bonifay has been mur
dered and the body secreted in tha
thick swamps
The search has not been given Ui >
however and yesterday searching par
ties spent the day in the swamps and
along the river banks
THE CONTEMPT
CASES MONDAY
Judge Sheppard Announces
That He Will Soon
Consider Them
In the United States court yesterday
Judge Sheppard announced that next
Monday he will call up the cases of
C C McCain Henry FiIHngim ana
John Maloney all of whom were re
ccutly cited to appear and show cause
why they should not be punished for
ccntempt df court it being charged
they > et fire to the Big Bayou trestle
of the Pensacola Electric Co thus
violating the restraining order issued
by the court
Much testimony has been taken in
The case but there are several points
which the court may desire explain
ed and consequently it is possible
that the case may be reopened by or
der of the court and additional to
tiniony heard
COLF1IPOPE
DID NOT ARRIVE
Man Who Was to Speak for
Gen Gilchrist Failed
to Appear
Cal Frank W Pope billed to
speak last night at Seville square for I
Gen Albert Gilchrist who is a candi
date for the Democratic nomination
for governor failed to arrive in Pen
I sal ola At least he did not appear a
Seville square The Pensacola Con
cert Band however appeared upon
the streets and was marching to
wards Seville square to render music
at the Pope meeting when it was
stopped and after playing a few
tunes in front of a saloon marched
back to the armory
Colonel Pope would no doubt have
been listened to by a number of per
sons had he appeared as several
who heard the speaker many years
ago when he was opposing the
Democratic nominee General Perry
for governor would probably have at
tended and listened to his address in
advocacy of the candidacy of Gen
eral Gilchrist for the same oflice to
which he one aspired
In some quarters last night the be
lief existed that Colonel Pope or the
managers of the Gilchrist campaign
decided that it would be best to pass
up the Pensacola meeting owing to
the fact that the early record of
Colonel Pope in Florida Polities had
become known through a communica
tion published Sunday morning
Some of those however who are
supporting General Gilchrist in Pen
I sacola state positively hat Colonel
Pope will appear later and that he
I missed his train from ksonville
yesterday
v
Dancing School
Thursday Night
C K of A Hall
JUDGE HUN OLEY
NOT TO PRESIDE
Wired to Pensacola Yester
day That He Will Not
Be Here Thursday
Tudge Oscar R Hundley who it
was expected would complete the
term of the United States court now
presided over by Judge Sheppard
owing to the fact that the latter is
disqualified in a number of cases
will not come here to hold court
Thursday
A telegram was received from him
yesterday stating that he would not
come here This is due to the fact
that the nomination of the judge was
not confirmed by the senate and
therefore he cannot hold court until
he receives another recess appoint
ment should the president still desire i
him as a judge The latter is expect
ed by some who arc in a position to I
know
NO WATER FIRE I
BURNS HOUSES
TWO COTTAGES IN CITY LIMITS I
AT 16TH AND TARRAGONA
STREETS BURN TCi GROUND
THE NEAREST WATER BEING
FOUR BLOCKS AWAY
Fire destroyed two cottages occu
pied by negroes at 16th and Tarra
gona streets last night at 915 p m
The houses were owned by Isom I
Russ who occupied one of the build
ings The other house in which the
fire originated it is thought by a
lamp was occupied by Daniel Wil
son also colored The houses were
a total loss None of the household I
goods were saved The buildings
were worth about 900 and household I
effects about 400 There was no in
surance Isom Russ having permitted
the insurance to e X ire a month ago
The houses wer situated in a
thickly settled n gro district and
while the property owners are com
pelled to pay city taxes on the prop
erty there is absolutely no fire pro
tection offered the nearest water
main being four blocks away Water I
not being obtainable the houses burn
ed to the ground with no effort 16 ex
tinguish the fire
Two or throe thousand people ne
groes and whites gathered at the
scene When the fire first gained I
headway the reflection in the sky
could be seen all over the city and II
as the East Hill cars passed Palafox
street scores of men and boys hopped
aboard and clung to the footrails
all the way out to the fire
FIRE SUNDAY MORNING
Fire Sunday morning about 3 oclock
destroyed the home of a colored wo
man in the northeastern section ot
the city The house was located
witfain a block of the orphans home
and many thought the home was burn
ing The place destroyed was insured
for 975
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SCHOOL CLOSES
AT CENTURY FLA
MOST SUCCESSFUL YEAR HAS
PASSEDENROLLMENT WAS 170
WITH 111 12 AS DAILY AVERAGE
OR 845 PER CENT
Special to The Journal
Century Fla June lThe closing
exercises of tho Century public school
nero enjoyed by the large audience
which filled the school house to over
flowing Tihe following program was
rendered
Song by School Columbia Gem of
the Ocean
The Dolls Hospital
I Mother Gooses Courtship
DrjJJLittle Red Riding Hood
Dr Cureall
Two Ghosts in White
Pumpkin Radge
This brought to a close a most suc
I cessful year of the school The
patrons have shown their interest in
the great cause of education hv li < p
I in their children in school and giv
ing the teachers encouragement and
aid at all times As a token of appre
ciation each teaoher has been urged
to remain with the school and it is
to 1 > e regretted that there will be
I
some change in the teaching force
I as smIle of the teachors will go to
letter paying positions
I Prof A S Edwards first assistant
J tacher will attend the Summer
Training School at Tallahassee Miss
Bessie Rencher second assistant will
go to her home in Mobile where sIte
I will probably teach Miss Miinnio Tip
I pins primary teacher will spend the
month of June at her home in Brew
I ton hut on July first will begin teach
ing in Walton county Prof A P
Maddox may teach a summer school
The total enrollment of the school
vas 170 average daily attendance
111 12 percentage of attendance based
on monthly enrollment 84 11
THE ALUMNI
ASSOCIATION
GIVES BANQUET
Continued from First Page
nah OG as vice president and Miss
Nell Richards 05 as secretary and
treasurer has already two yours of
thv best available record behind it
The first banquet was held after the
graduation of the class of 3007 and
since then it has been a permanent
factor in local school circles
The Program
The events of last evening were
opened by a word of prayer by Re
P H Whaley of Christs church after
the members and guests repaired
to the boys reading rooms of Uhe Y
Lc A where an elaborate menu
bad been prepared Tho room had
been tastefully decorated in maroon
and white the colors of the high
school While floral conceits made
the table appear most attractively
Dudley Barrow acted as toastmaster
in a most canal manner those re
porjdlng being Louis Hannah 06
I Miss Ada White 07 Quentin Borras
OS Miss Thompson of the faculty
Hon V K Anderson of the board
oi public intsruptioRi and Prof J B
Lockey Mr Lock > yg address took
the form of a goodbye to those with
whom he had been a soclat 3d along
educational lInes during the discharge
of his dutias in connection with the
public schools and the earnest talk
on the part of this earnest young man
wtho ihas put his shoulder to the Wheel
with sirch good results was the fea
ture of an interesting evening Mr
JoCk y was earnest in his appeal for
better conditions and enthusiastic dor
a brilliant future but always conser
vative with regard to any part w cli
he may have had in bringing about
present successful conditions which
may now Tie found in the public
I
Need for Scholarships I
Probably the thing which was upp r
most in Prof Lockeys mind last night I
when he addressed the menitbera of
the alumni association was the need I
of the right kind of young people to
grasp the situation as it now pre
sent itself in this city and to fur I
ther plans which while now in the I
embryotic state of development prom
ise much in their full fruition in years
to come The securing of a scolurship
both from the Florida Female College
at Tallahassee and from the Gaines
ville University wre matters wthieh I
he deemed food for consideration I
among those who have the welfare of
Pensacola schooLs most thoroughly at
heart and he outlined the cltion
graphically He touched UJMMI many
other matters of interest and import
ance to the development of the
schools and end d by requesting the
members of the association to attend
the mieeting of the School Improve
ment Association to be held one Tve k
ifrom Friday in order to nut into ef
fect some cf the suggestions which he
had just made Prof Lockpy made
an Sequent plea for higher education
as the salvation of the country and
was optimistic over the advent of
the day when conditions in Pensa
cola from an educational standpoint
shall be a great deal better than they
ar at the present time Prof Lock
tys remarks brought the evening to
a close
I KILLED MOTHER
OF SWEETHEART
IN HOLY HOUSE
Continued from First Page
Dana was notified immediately and
upon his arrival organized a posse
and the country was carefully search
ed The fact that there were no
trains during the day prevented Poole
from evading the officers
Poole was apprehended by the
J
t
posse at 9 oclock tonight and
brought to Fond du Lar immediately
lynching being feared
Was Madly in Love
Poole has boon madly in love with
Grace Orvis the daughter of the dead
woman and his attentions toward
her have not been countenanced by
the family Five years ago Poole
tried to commit suicide by shooting
himself but was prevented He was
arrested and sent to the state hos
pital at Oshkosh He was at that in
stitution for three years and was then
paroled He went home and since
then has worked on his fathers farm
His victim was 50 years old and
the daughter of Abel Bristol a bank
er The Orvas family is prominent
in the county and Mrs Orvis was rec
cognized as a society leader in the
village
PREPARING FOR
RAGING SEASON
John A and Other Horses
Owned by Capt Welles
Are in Training
I The string of tfast pacers and trot
I ters owned by Capt T E Welles of
I
this city are now being trained at
various points in the south prepara
tory to going on the various circuits
for the racing season Some of the
horses are in Montgomery others in
Pulaski while the famous Iohn A is
at Memphis Captain Welles has just
icturued from these cities where he
IcoKeJ over his string and ibeliev
that the horses will show to even
greater advantage than last seasou
Billie is again to he handled by Ed
G ers and will he in the grand circuit
This year he will bo in the freafor
all class and will ibc trp against the
fastest pacers in the grand circuit
He got a mark of 20 yl last year
and he has as a consequence been
classed at that mark John Awitn
the balance of the Jeers stable will
leave Memphis on June 12 for Peori
and will he in a few races before going
to the grand circuit for the opening
at Detroit IHis owner expects the
animal to pace close about 200 this
Season
Travalesso Geraldine Jim Crow
and Red Apple are at Memphis pre
paring for the southern circuit vhile
Billie A and Frank Directly ar at
Pulaski All are in good condition
and will set a fast pace during the
coming season
ACTOR DROPPED
DEAD IN FRIGHT
Fire Gong Sounds and Vau I
deville Leading Man
Dies Suddenly
By Associated Press
Cleveland 0 Juno 1Eugene Ep
son aged fifty of Ness York leading
man in a vaudeville sketch at Keiths
theatre dropped dead of heart dis
ease in his dressing room this after i
noon when an alarm of fire was
sounded
Xo one was injured among the au
dience which filed out while the or
chestra continued playing The fire
originated in an apartment where the
moving picture machine was located
and was extinguished It did 50CO
damage
ALONZO LOVE IS
DECLARED INSANE
Alonzo Lov arrested In Warring
ton on the charge of assault with a
t > adly weapon has been declared to
lc insane by a commission appointed
to examine into his sanitji and has
ibeen ordered by Judge Sh ppard to
be sent to the St Elizabeth hospital
at Washington for treatment and con
finement
When the arrst occurred the ques
tion of insanity iwas raised and the
erurt appointed a commission com
posed of Drs Poilock and DAIemberte
rnl J 0 IVtterson to conduct an ex
amination and upon the report of this
commission the man was ordered
tsken to the asylum
DUCHESS DE BRISSAAC DEAD
By Associated Press
Paris June IThe Duchess de
Brissaao who was Matlnlde de Uzes
a sister of Duke de Uzes died yester
day She had beenseriously ill for
some months The Duchess de Bris
sane was horn in Paris in 1S77
DAMAGE FROM FLOODS
By Associated Press
Wichita Kas June Lowlands
are flooded railroad bridges and
many wagon bridges are inundated
by high water During the last
twelve hours 306 inches of water
fell
CANADIAN POET DEAD
By Associated Pra S
Montreal June IDr Louis Frech
ette the FrenchCanadian poet and
known as a leading literateur and
persona friend of Victor Hugo died
last night after a brief illness
4
4 89 CHINESE
O WERE DROWNED
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4 By Associated Press
Khararovsk Asiatic Russia
4 June IA large barge laden
4 with Chinese passengers cap 4
4 sized in the Amur river today 4
4 and 89 persons were drowned
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May 30
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me Je issur1
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In myiaste I neglected to
get a PO Of purps Just go
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kind theyirc weriiig here
Write me n the ews Re
member mes0 K X Do not
forget my o 1cr foi Meyers
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Feet Furnishers Fp Folks
102 South Palafox Itreet
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Report of the Condition Of
THE
Citizens National Bank
OF PENSACOLA
at Pensacola In the State of Florida 9
the Close of Business May 14th
1908
RESOURCES
Loiii and Discounts 22997053
Overdrafts hfrured and unse
cured 14581 90
L K bonds to becuie circula
tion 25000 00
lr S Bonds on hand 1000 00
Premiums on U S bonds 1250 00
Banking house furniture and
lixtures 1000 00
Dm from National Banks not
reserve agents 11508 50
Due from State Banks and
Bankers 15727 23
Due from approved reserve
aRonts 23099 47
Checks and other cash Items 2150 20
Notes of other National Banks 3575 00
Fractional paper currency nick
els and cents 838 71
Lawful money reserve In hank
viz
Specie 17358 50
praltcndor notes 14000 00 31358 50
Redemption fund with e S
tteasurer i per cent of
circulation 1250 00
Total 570203 10
LIABILITIES
Capital stock paid in 100000 00
Surplus fund 25000 00
Undivided profits less expenses
and taxes paid 64179 52
National Bank Notes outstand
ing 25000 00
Due to other National Banks 467 87
Due to State Banks and bank
er 152186
Dividends unpaid 2550 00
Individual deposits subject to
check 35115203
Demand certificates of deposit 304 56
Certified check 300
Cashiers checks outstanding 24 20
Total 570203 10
State of Florida f
Count of Kscambia ss
I R M BuphnHl Cahier of the above
named bank do solemnly swear that tho
Above statement is tine to the best of
mv knowledge and belief
R M BUSHNELL Cashier
CorrcctAttest nIX M ROBINSON
GEO W WRIGHT
I HILTON GREEN
Directors
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 25th day of Slav tons
sot > CAHN Notary Public
My commission expires July 10 1911
WELL KNOWN ENGINEER DE4D
By Associated Press
Columbus Ohio June IJames
Jacob aged 68 years of Utlca N Y
one of the best known engineers on
the New York Central Railroad who
has been attending the Locomotive
I Engineers convention here was
found dead in his bed today at the
Great Southern hotel
TWO MEN ARE KILLED
BY AMBUSH IN ARKANSAS 11
By Associated Press
Little Rock Ark June 1A mess
age from Russellvile tells of a
double killing in Pope county in
which a man named Smith and a
man named Hill were ambushed and
murdered at a late hour last night No
cause for the attack is known
THE CANDIDATES
2nd Primary June 16 1908
STATE CANDIDATES
For U S Senator
X B BROWARD
D T FLETCHER
For Representative in Congress
J WALTER KEHOE
DAXNITTE JI MAYS
For Delegates National Convention
Official count will be required to
determine what if any candidates for
delegate have to run the race over
again
For Governor
ALBERT W GILCHRIST
JOICN X C STOCKTON
For Railroad Commissioner
R C DUNN
W K JACKSON
COUNTY CANDIDATE
For Clerk Circuit Court
JAS MacGIBBON i
AIL iMcMILLAX M
For Supt Public Instruction
CJBELL
X B COOK
For Member School Board DIst No 9
v L ACERTON
J W CREARY I
For Custodian Lost Timber
THO3 F BRITSOX i
GEO J SLOCUMB t
For Justice Peace Dist No 2
v M RAY I
C P BOBE j
For County Comr DIst No4
D R McQOARRIE
J A WIGGINS j
For County Comr Dist Na iu
J R STEWARD
E WARD
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